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CITY ATV» SUBURBS.
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.
Following is a lis! of Granges 111 Los An
Silver- Log Nlctos-.1. 11. Burke, Muster; E.
11. Wvlle, Secretery.
Compton—A. High!?, Muster; .1. A. Walker,
Rl Monte—G, c. atbbn, Master; J, 11. Ornjr,
Enterprise--Lou Angeles —T. t. Alexander,
Master; W. T. Henderson, Secy.
Eureka—Spudra— P. C. Tonner, Master; .Ins.
Fairvlew- Anaheim -Edward Rvcy, Master;
J, D. Taylor, Secretary.
Rrultland—Tustiu city -A. H. Hayward, Mas
ter; E. B. Nlools, Secretary.
Los Angeles -T. A. Galey, Master; T.D, Han
Eos Nielos-E. B. Grandon, Master; J. E. Mar
N'W llivcr-Los Nletos- It. B. Guthrie, Mas
ter; I), s. Wanllow. Secretary.
orange—Richland -Thomas Brown, Master;
.1. W. Anderson, secretary.
AlUsa— M. W. Maxy, Master; .! c. Preston,
Florence—lf. Gibson, Master; Wn. Porter,
iftirsilk Velvet Hats at *> So| Sill: Finish
Velveteen Hats at si SO] Velvet Hals at »I (X).
All goods at hall'price, at the New York Mil
linery Store. MBS. .1. E. SMALL. nv-SR
»«, Every style oi' Painting nnd (Hazing
done in the highest style of an, and at rag SOW
aide rates, by C. Raphael A Co.
tt-r All men ought to know thtit all kinds of
gentlemen's Clothing will be made with neat
ness and dispatch by a regular tailor. The
malting and trimming of Woolen Mill cloth
Is a specialty at 1). W. Fitzpnlrlek's, corner of
Court and Spring streets. *
M* J, Cohn keeps line Havana and Domcs
tta Cigars. No. (il Mnin street, Downey,s Block,
Thompson A Gcrson's saloon.
The melancholy days have come,
The saddest of the year—
Of weeping winds and walling woods,
And meadows brown anil sere.
But nature has one recompense
She never had before;
For all the people come for clocks,
At Fisher A Co's store,
as. The tide of immigration Is steadily set
ling in, and the first thing eastern people do
is to throw away their New York Hais and buy
a new one of Dkhmond. They say there Is no
comparison between the two. n
Mr Remember It costs hut so cents to see
the Combination Entertainment In connec
tion with Howard's Menagerie of Living Ani
mals and Birds from all parts of the world, at
the pavilion next to the Hkhai.ii ohlc-e, on
Saturday and Fair week. notl-St''
8. B. Caswell is on his way home by
the Telegraph route.
The debris in front of the Lafayette
is being removed, ami the house is as
suming a beautiful appearance.
The Pico is full of guests. It is the
largest and most commodious house
in the city. The gucst-sensou is
By a notice in another column it
will be seen that Messrs. Hubbell and
Mitchell, Attorneys, have dissolved
Yesterday was unusually bright ami
warm. The recent rains in the upper
part of the State have not visited us
yet, and sunny Autumn weather is
still the order of the day.
One inebriate only stood arraigned
before the awful majesty of the law
yesterday. The city funds were en
riched by $0 50, and the admonished
culprit went his way.
I). D. Brunk, of Arroyo Seco, will
exhibit several coops of fine fowls at
the coming fair. Many of them are of
foreign importation, and have taken
premiums in Europe and the East.
Aaron Smith has just finished the
two largest carpets yet seen for any
hotel in Los Angeles. One measures
60x20, and the Other 40x20 feet. They
are for the saloon and the office of the
Teams laden witli freight departed
from the depot yesterday as follows: —
1 for San Bernardino, with freight
consigned to M. & C; 2 to B & It. and
2 with assorted freight; also 1 for In
dependence, with freight for H. & K.
Los Angeles has 537 farms of 1(K)
acres and less than 500; 03 farms 500
and less than 1,000; 32 over 1,000 and
less than 2,000; 17 over 2,000 and less
than 3,000; 12 over 3,000 aud less than
4,000 ; 7 over 4,000 and less than 5,000;
19 over 5,000 and less than 10,000 ; 8
over 10,000 and less than 20,000; and
10 farms of 20,000 and upwards. j .
The elegant and gifted gossipy news
paper correspondent who is at present
making a mess of editing the Star,
unable to sustain hisl'allen fortunes any
better, descends to the level of calling
one of the editors of this paper nick
names. You cannot make a silk purse
out of a sow's ear, nor can the dignity
of first class journalism be expected of
our morning contemporary.
The firm of Dotter & Lord has un
dergone a change of proprietors. Mr.
Lord has sold out his interest to Mr.
Bradley, and the firm name is changed
to Dotter & Bradley. Whilst it is a
matter of regret that so able and pub
lic spirited a man as Mr. Lord should
leave the city, it is a matter of con
gratulation that he should be succeed
ed by such a gentlemen as Mr. Brad
ley. The firm of Dotter & Bradley
have our best wishes. The house does
an immense business, and may it long
continue to thrive.
There was not a very good house at
the theater last night; probably peo
ple are reserving their enjoyments for
the race week. Jack Sheppard is Mad
ame Duret's great character, and in
the impersonation of the reckless, yet
redeemable thief, she stands alone.
Melodrama hardly suits Mr. Piecy as
well as the sterling creations of the
legitimate drama, but he played with
spirit, and as usual was letter perfect.
The charm of the evening, after Mad
ame Duret, was Miss Lipsis, in the
character of Mrs. Sheppard. She is
worthy of an engagement in any thea
ter in the State, and whatever part she
plays, she is always good. The death
bed scene between Jack Sheppard and
his mother, was full of genuine pa
thos. Her voice, always sympathetic,
and at times emotional, ahls her great
ly, and she roused the house more
than once to a manifestation of their
hearty commendation. Mr. Barrows
was very good as the hen-pecked
husband, and Miss Carrie Leigh was
excellent as Mrs. Wood. Mr. Fenton
made the most of an unthankful part,
and in fact the whole company played
admirably. To-night is the last time
of this powerful piece, and no one
should miss seeing it.
A most distressing accident occurred
yesterday near the Five Mile House.
Three ladies of this city, Mrs. Ozier.
Mrs. Hullum and Mrs. Benedict, paid
a visit to Col. Kewen; in crossing the
railroad grade, the carriage was over
turned. Two of the ladles, Mrs. Ozier
and Mrs. Buffum, escaped unhurt, but
It Is feared that Mrs. Benedict's ankle
is broken. She is lying at her resi
lience In great pain, out the extent of
her Injuries*!* hardly yet known.
Accordlnirobie-- l ,lH " " f tne Smithsonian In
stitute, unrilopeoially for the Hkkai.d by
Brodriek B H r >» November!
9A. *-" -tj£J\ !*• M 70> I JJ9 T. M 090
Avemgt" 0 ' "
OUR BUSINESS HOUSES.
The El Dorado Grocery and Provis
ion Store was established in 1808 for
the transaction of wholesale and re
tail business. There is probably no firm
in town which turns over its goods SO
rapidly and frequently. The supply
of miners and claims is a specialty of
Mr. Chauvin's, and he docs a large
country trade in this respect. The
store is situated on Main street, in the
heart of the city. At the back is a
large warehouse, in which Mr. Chau
vin stores all his hay, grain, corn, bar
ley, etc. He carries iv running stock
from 400 to 500 barrels of flour, and
about 2"0 t,ari«l«< .of sugar. The store
has a full line of groceries, provisions,
tin and hardware. Mr. Chauvin's
pride is his Los Angeles and east
ern bacon. He has obtained quite
a reputation in this, aud buys always
the choicest the market affords. Coun
try produce is fully represented here,
as also wines, liquors and cigars. The
store is a great favorite with country
people as well as townsfolk, and dur
ing the live years that he has been
established Mr. Chauvin has succeeded
in placing his business upon the firm
basis which characterizes our mer
chants throughout the city.
[BY OUR SPECIAL .REPORTER.]
This morning all the horses were
out bright and early. Target took his
falop, and Irene went two miles hard,
lariposa had a stiff galop, ridden by
her owner. Captain Jack and Reid's
black colt, Careless, brushed together
down the stretch, and Paddy and
Longfellow did some tall trotting.
The track was flooded to-day, and to
morrow it will be in excellent condi
tion. The horses will do their work
on tiie inside track in the morning.
L. J. Rose lias sent in his hay aud
feed, and his trainer, McGregor, is ex
pected early to-morrow with the rest
of the stud. He will probably bring
Overland, Barbara, The Moor and
Gretchen. The Moor is better known
under his old name of Reauclay.
Paddy stands a good show for the three
minute race, though still too fat.
More of him anon.
Machado's horse is the favorite for
the gentlemen's saddle race, and has a
terrible turn of speed for half a mile.
Captain Jack looks well for the half
mile and repeat. He runs against
Careless and another colt of John
Milkboy did some splendid trotting
this morning. His contest with Long
fellow and the Moor will probably be
the best race of the week. He has
never been beaten on this track yet,
and his best public time so far is 2:47.
Longfellow has made 2:62, 1 believe,
and the Moor 2:5 G. They say, howev
er, that the Moor is beating 2:40 now
all the time.
Billy Donathan's yearling Ally,
Ballet Girl is a picture. She is a
bright bay with a star on the forehead,
by Monday, out of Rallarina. Mon
day is by Colton. dam Molly Jackson,
by Vandal. Rallarina is by imported
Col. Tiffany has bespoken six stalls
for the exhibiion of his Echo colts and
their dams. They will probably ar
Machado's Oceana, went urouud
three times at a stiff' gait, better than
twenty-eight seconds to the quarter
Enoch Arden is ailing to-day, which
does not improve his chances for the
three minute race. The Dashaway
colt went a three minute gait, held
well in hand. Captain Jack made a
couple of fast brushes along side of
Charley Thomas' two year old, Plo
Nono, by Tenbroeck, aid some fast
work. He goes iv the two year old
race against Captain Jack, and is a
terrible good colt.
Rochoa, of the Cienega, does most of
her hard work at night. She is spo
ken of as being very fast, but no
oiiesaes her going.
horse is all well again,
and galloped a stiff two miles this
morning. He moved very fast
through the stretches. He was hurt
iv the loins or back, some time ago but
is now sound as a bell.
Charley Durfee's b. g., Bay Jim,
moved very lively for a half mile.
He is entered in the the saddle race.
Chapman's White Stockings, and
Myer's Charlie, ran down the track
Durfee's quarter mare took a
breather. Nance is all right, and has
got over a little temporary lameness.
She looks well for the five-mile race.
Sultan is also all right, and shows uo
signs of his former lameness. Mari
f»osa did two and three-quarter miles
n the afternoon, at a stiff galop. To
morrow she will take her last sweat
previous to running on Tuesday. I
promised to describe Paddy. He is a
half brother to Longfellow, both of
them being sired by Mormon Chief;
dam unknown. He stands about fif
teen hands, one inch, and is a dark
chestnut sorrel. He has great length
of shoulder and a fine loin, and like
Longfellow is eight years old. He is
not as tine in the neck as Longfellow,
but that will improve. He has a deep
chest, and is very long from hip to
hock, a white star in forehead, and a
magnificent mane and tail. He stands
in the next box to his half brother.
He will probably give a better account
of himself next year than this. Long
fellow is doing splendid work, and if
he gets away with the Milkboy and
the Moor no one will be surprised.
Heal Estate Transactions.
Deeds filed for record for the 24 hours end
ing ut 4 O'clock, Nov. 7th, 187J1, us reported for
the dau.v Kuwait* by Jodnon & ouiette,
Searchers of Records for Los Angeles county:
A. J. Kink to T. Jeff White-Land in Xl
Monte Township, known us tlie King tract;
Kilns Bennett—Homestead deed to lot on
San Pedro street.
J. fc'coit to 8. P. H. Co—Strip 100x719 feet, in
the Sun Franclsqulto Rancho; #10.
A. Adnms to Same—Strip IOOx 1,2/ M feet in
same rancho; $25.
M. F. Qulnn to Same-Strip 38x100 feet in
same rancho; tl.
D. J. Buoyant to Rame-Strip 100x1,(170 feet
In sec. 18, Tp 1, S R 11 W, S. li. M.; |L
K. A. Phelps to Same-Strip IOOxtIOO feet in
sec. 18. Tp 1, S E, 11 W, S. R >L; *1.
F. E. Adams to A. E. Adams— \% acres in
B. D. Wilson to Plilncas Banning and D.
W. Alexander—Lot on which stands the pow
der magazine of Drum Barracks; $1,
Same to Same—S acres In Wilmington; $1.
Same toW. A. Spurlock—2 ;tl-100 acres in
Ph n»as Banning to Benjamin D. Wilson—
4 44-100 acres In WiluiingUin; $1.
_ THE FOURTH.
District Court WiDNKv, J.
Mlchler vs. Tlnim —This suit was brought
for the purpose of condemning land ior light
house purposes ut Point Firman,on the Paios
Veudes rancho. A decree of condemnation
was entered in the sum of $15,000, the appraised
value of said three acres.
Velarde vs. Mranlter—Motion to strike out
answer submitted without argument.
Blake vs. Tonner—Set for Monday, Nov. 10,
ut 10 A. M.
Slgnoret vs. Los Angeles Gas Company —
Set for December Kith.
A. Weill vs. Los Angeles Clty-Petltion for
writ of mandate submitted and tuken under
COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
Tiie exercise opened with a beauti
After the calling of Ihe roll and
reading the minutes, the critics' report
Several questions were asked and
answered by Mr. Paul. One of which
stirred up Mr. Morrill, an old resident
of California, recently of Nevada. He
protested against the memorizing ver
batim of sentences, without the mean
Mr. Peck offered the resolution that
every teacher, in closing his term, im
mediately notify the County Superin
tendent that he has severed his con
nection with the school. Carried.
An essay by Mr. Reavis followed,
detailing the trials of an amateur com
poser. He began with the soliloquy of a
school boy in his attempt to find a
theme for his essay; he wanders from
one subject to another, selects one,
changes it, and takes another. He
gets lost in a maze of conflicting emo
A discussion followed in regard to
the prizes reported hy the committee
Mr. Heuderton proposed that a page
or part of a page of composition, be
used in spelling, instead of one hun
dred words. Carried.
It was proposed to offer nine prizes,
instead of three. Lost.
Mr. Storke, of the Herald, then
presented a method of history chart
ing and teaching which, he said, had
proved very successful in his case..
Dr. Lucky, Mr. Waldron and Dr.
Crowell approved the method.
Miss Bengough gave a lesson in ob
ject teaching. She took an orange for
her object, and drew out the pupils'
ideas by auditioning. The lesson was
conducted in a pleasing and instruc
The course of study was taken up,
and Dr. Lucky gave his idea as a mem
ber of the Board of Education when
the course was adopted. He thought
a teacher should not only have the
pupils study from the text-book
adopted, but he should also use the
theory of the book In his instruction.
Of course he could adopt any plan of
instruction which seemed best. Of
course no one line of studies would
satisfy all. The teacher should not
follow slavishly ; but when the text
book given differed from other text
books, then he should follow it.
Mr. Peck agreed with Dr. Lucky in
his views, and said that he was obliged
by law to see that the books were used
as adopted. Of course, if the teacher
could not obey the law in a particular
instance, he, the teacher, was not re
AFT Kit NOON S KSS IO N.
A resolution was introduced that our
Senators and Representatives be re
quested to pass a law by which the
State shall pay all school expenses.
After a discussion by Meesrs. Tonner,
McFaddeu and l.ucky, the resolution
A petition to the Legislature was
presented, asking that the salary of
the Superintendent be increased to
$1,800 and traveling expenses. The
petition was carried, and the Presi
dent and Secretary were instructed to
sign it In behalf of the Convention.
Clark's Grammar was discussed and
quite generally approved, but a peti
tion to the Hoard to have it used in
stead of Brown's, was voted down.
Thanks were voted to the Hkkai.o,
St ai' and EXpreu ; to Dotter & Lord,
nnd to the Good Templars.
Thanks were voted to the President,
and to Mr. Furlong, the Secretary.
Thanks were voted to the Southern
Fair Association, for tlie prizes offered
Thanks were given to Mr. Gtiinn and
Mr. Saxon for their lectures.
The following resolution was
licaolved, That we as teachers, part
with Wm. If, McFaddeu, our kind
and genial Superintendent, with
naught but the kindest recollections
of his many private and official cour
tisies; ana that we do extend our
hearty support to Professor George H.
Peck, Superintendent elect.
Mr. Tonner bestowed a watch, the
gift of the teachers, upon Mr. McFad
den. It is a beautiful gold watch,
finely chased, aud came from Bush's
jewelry store. He spoke in the follow
ing appropriate manner:
Mb. PRESIDENT.—The Institute has
imposed a sorrowful duty upon me.
It has selected me to bid an official
good-bye to a valued friend—the pres
ent executive head of the Public
School System of this county.
I would like to make honest men
tion of the past four years of your al
most unrequited services; but this is
neither the place nor the occasion.
But while this portion of my duty is
painful, there is another, which is to
me a source of unalloyed pleasure.
My fellow teachers have Instructed
me to say "well done thou good and
To prove the sincerity of this utter
ance they have attempted to embody
their emotions in a tangible form. The
gold which encases this watch is em
blematical of the purity of your ad
ministration of the schools, and we
would bind with golden links the
memories of your connection with
them. This is not a testimonial from
special admirers, every Public School
teacher in the Institute, has contribu
ted to its purchase.
Permit me then in the name of all
the Public School Teachers of Los An
geles county, topresent you with this
testimonial of their regard.
Dr. Lucky then made a farewell ad
dress. He, suid his "lines had failen
in pleasant places." He was pleased
with the teachers and friends of edu
cation here. The convention had been
very pleasant. Nothing had occurred
to mar the harmony of the present
assembly. All would return to their
labors better fitted for the work as
signed. The progressives, the radicals
and the old fogies, all had come to
gether. Neither of these could be dis
pensed with. When all come here,
we are all one, and brothers and sisters
in the same work ; all actuated by the
same purposes. It is pleasant to shake
hands and wish each other God speed
in the good work in which we are all
engaged. We, in this city, have
taken forward and upward for our
motto, and are not willing to be as we
are. Every teacher in the city has
subscribed to a live educational jour
nal, and we expect to interchange.
Sixteen live journals from all parts of
tiie country ought to keep us going
forward, and we expect to be thor
oughly posted in the advanced work of
All teachers from the country will
be cordially welcomed in our school
room, and when occasion offers we will
s. n. caswkj.l,. J. P. Kit,lS.
CASWELL & ELLIS,
And Dealer* lv General Merchnudlae,
80 AND 82 MAIN STREET,
Oc2-tf iXM ANOKI.KS.
Nan Francisco Money Market.
San Fk vnpisco, Nov. 7.
Goi.it-Opened in New York al 107'; and
closed at 107(.„.
Gkkknh vi ks -».'! , .,(«f1r,.
S.i ii I'ranclHco Markets—By TelegTH|ili.
Max FiiANdsro, Nov. 7.
FLOUR— Alviso extra, tfd 75; some Cltv
Mills, asking »7.
WHEAT—out) lons were purchased yester
day at nn, by a gentleman who holds a
similar quantity of Oregon which he has been
unable to sell at a satisfactory price, and who
intends making up a cargo for England.
BARLEY-2,000 sks light coast feed, $1 DO]
750 do. $1 U5; 500 do. light bay, Si 55; 1,500 do.
bay brewing, ?1 MW2 700 do. coast feed, SI .15.
<)ATS -liio sks light feed, Si 55; 1,500 do.
good coast, rfl 62%. The range Is II 50t>tl 80.
HAY—Quotable at »14(a20 per ton. A tine
cargo of 150 bales was to-day placed at t2O, aa
advance of SI fill, owing to the temporary scar
city of choice.
ONIONS—IOO iks yellow, 11 32%; GO do. |l 80;
20 do. *l 70.
POTATOES -«00 sks Cuffee Cove, 87> 'c; .KiO
do. Pigeon Point, S>; MOO do. faU lo choice,
Following Is the lis: of exports lo San Fran
cisco, per Orizaba, Nov. 0:
Merchandise, bxs 2 Dried Grapes, sks 5
Wine, hf bbls 1 Eggs, bxs , 5
Brandy, hf bbls 1 Wool, bales 81
Ie tpers. bx I Walnuts, sks 64
SheepSkins, lulls 1 Honey, cs 4
Lemons, bxs 5 Pop Corn, sks 4
Glassware, bxs I Wine, pipes 6
Castor Beans, sks 40 Bullion, brs :isl)
Widauta, cs 4:1 Merchandise, cs 1
Asphaltum, cks 5 Spirits, punch'n 1
do bbls 4 do pipes 9
do sks 100 Pomegranates, bxs. .12
Dried Peaches, sks... 8 Tent, bdle 1
Alfalfa, sks 8 Poles, bdles 2
[Wants published at the rate of 0% cents per
line for each insertion, or 10 cents per line lor
three Insertion". No advertisement under
this head taken lor less than 25 cents.]
W ANTED TO BUY 2,000 YOUNG
ewes.—Address communication, stat
ing kind, price, and where they may be seen,
for one week, to " /.," Hkkai.d offlee.
WANT E D-A SITUATION AS
book-keeper or writer In an office;
good reference given. Address "X," at this
WANTED— A YOUNG MAN
who writes a good hand, and Is a thor
ough book-keeper and accountant, wants em
ployment. Is willing to work hard. Inquire
at HRODRK "ICS novt '.'lt
WANTED— A MIDDLE AGED
lady wishes a situation in thecountry
as housekeeper. The entire charge desired.
Address lIHUU office. BuHt*
"II r A NTED—A SMART, ACTIVE BOY, IS
ff to IS years old, for a hotel. Apply at
this office. ogWjj
"\VTANTED—A SITUATION AS LADIES'
VV NURSE. Inquire at No. 127, corner of
Spring|aii(l_Fourtb streets. <to27'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— »10,000 TO LOAN ON
notes, In sums of sloo to $500. Apply
to oc22tf S. H. SLAUGHT.
WANTED— A RENTER FOR 240
acres of land. Possession given im
mediately. Apply to S. 11. SLAUGHT.
WANTED— A SITUATION RY A
middle-aged man. to take care of an
orchard, where the place Is suitable for koep
idg poultry. But small wages will be required.
Address "G. G." at this olHee. 0c22.:1l
WA NTE D - BEVERA L DAY
BOARDERS can find good accommo
dations ut MRS. BACKMAN'S, Spring street,
near First. oc.ltf
WANTED— TWO OR THREE
DAY BOARDERS enn be accommo
daied with first-class board al COL. PEEL'S.
WANTED— A WOMAN TO DO
general housework. Apply at first
house on Main, south of Fourth st. oc7lf
TIT ANTED—MONEY TO LOAN
if on |Dod security al Ito 2 per cent, jper
iuodth. Apply to S. H. SLAUGHT.
V V suited to a small family, nnd not more
than one mile from the court-house. Address
H. ('., 11 EKAi.n oifice, stating price and loca
BA RBERS—BAT H HOUSES.
Barber Saloon & Bath House.
HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING,
SHAMPOOING, BATHS, FTrc.
This establishment has Just been refitted,
and, alter having engaged tiie best Barbers In
the city, 1 respectfully solicit custom from nil
who want work executed In the best style.
Makes the BATHING BUSINESS a special
ty, and has the finest set of Bath Rooms In the
City. na-Underthe Bella Union. no2-lmlp
H. SCHNELLE'S BARBERSHOP,
VTEXTTO GATES & NOYES' AND
JJI under the'• Express " oflicc, TEMPLE
As Prof. Green has the best available assist
ants to be procured In the State,-
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
WllUbe performed in the best style of the ton
sorial ait. no2-lm
PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER
Hot, Cold and Shower Baths.
Shaving and Bathing Emporium. No. 78
Main street uo2tl-lp
GIVEN RY THE
Turn Verein Cermania,
AT THEIR HALL.
Sunday Evening, November 9th,
DOORS OPEN AT T)< P. M.
Admission Fifty Cents
rpHE PARTNERSHIP HERETO-
A. lore existiug under the firm name of
DOTTER A LORD, General Furniture Dealers,
was this day dissolved by mutual consent,
Isaac W. Lord having sold his Interest to C.
11. Bradley. JOHN C. DOTTER,
ISAAC W. LORD.
The above mentioned business, from this
dale (November Ist), will be continued at the
Old stand by DOTTER & BRADLEY, who as
sume the liabilities and collect the debts of
the old firm, and hope lo merit a continuance
of the generous patronage heretofore extended
lo Hotter A l/ird.
dotter * BRADLEY.
I/>s Angeles, November Ist, 187:1. uo7-5m
K. HKRTHON. V. V. C. MoMiI!AN.
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR DEPOT
TMPORT THE PUREST and BEST
1 Havana Cigars, and keep on hand
Chewintr, und tSinokina Tobacco
Pipes, Clgarrltos and Fancy Articles.
Main St., next door to W. F. A Co's Express.
J. 11. SAI NDKItS, M. D. ('lt. V. UIUNZKM AN, I*. It
J. B. SAUNDERS & CO.,
JJRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
7* MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
The CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the
PUREST DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES
of all kinds. KtT Prescriptions eareiullv com
pounded duy and night. oc2-lm'2p
Our Own Manufacture!
In tli«» C'it.v!
A Large Stock of fresh Crack
ers always on Hand.
On hand und made to order at short notice.
Tastefully decorated CAKES of any design, at
reasonable prices. Also,
RREAD, PIES AND CAKES,
Fresh every day, at the
Los Angeles Woolen Mill
SACRISTE, ELLIOTT & CO
DEALERS IN WOOL, AND Man
AH Wool Caaalmerea,
Tweeda, ITauneln. BlaukeU, etc.
All our goods are PURE WOOL, and war
ranted as represented. Consumers can
Save 25 to 33 per cent.
by buying direct from us. STORE AT THE
"WHITE HOUSE," corner of Los Angeles
and Commercial Streets. oo2tf-2p
f 10RNER MAIN & MARCHER
KJ KAULT STREETS.
FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES
EVERY DAY. 09.CAKES of every sort or
kind mude to order. Orders promptly attend
ed to. octHinlpt
Agricultural Society Fair
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1873.
And continuing through the week.
TH ERE WI L L RE SPLENDID
Races every day except FRIDAY, which
Is set apart for an
In which EIGHT LADIES, with Escorts, will
participate, and an
i:\hii.ii ion ol* Wooded
and Oracled Stoeh.
On the racing days the finest Horses lv the
District will appear, and also the
Superb Flyer, Target,
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
The Managers have spared no pains to make
llils Fair I he most attractive thing of the kind
thai has ever taken place in Southern Cali
j± r r tho RINK,
EVERY EVENINU, there will he a Grand
AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL
Tuu Numerous to Mention.
This was a grand feature last year, und the
Hall was crowded every evening. There will
be music every night, this year, and the Hall
will be well lighted. At all times there will
be a superintend, nt and Wntchmun in at
The Rink will be opened for the reception of
articles on and after FRIDAY, the 7th Inst.,
and Exhibitors have until MONDAY AFTER
NOON, the 10th„ to arrange their things.
An efficient corps of Police has been select
ed, under the management ofthe Sheriff of
the county, and no profane or boisterous lan
guage or conduct will be permitted near the
Grand Stand or Quarter.stretch.
To the Fair Grounds—so Cents for each per
son. Ladies admitted to Grand stand free.
To the Pavilion (Rinki—so Cents for each
Season tickets, for all'races and every even
ing at. the Pavilion—|Sl it'purchased on third
Quarter Stretch Badges—|S per season; If
rurchused on Second Day, £4; If on Third
lay,s3; on Fourth Day, «; on Fifth and Sixth
All of these may be purchased of the Secre
ta y at the Star office, between the 7th and
10th Inst,, and alter that at the ticket booth, at
the Park, or of the Secretary Inside the
There will be
Wednesday and Saturday.)
On Wednesday there will be a quartor-mlle
race, for which the Society gives sit).
On Saturday there will be a purse of 190
given tothe winner lv v mile race. This i
called the Burnett Stake, as the money has
been donated hy Mr. Robert Burnett.
Will take place at the Clarendon Hotel, on
Saturday and Monday, November Bth ami
10th; ut the Orient Saloon, on Tuesday, 11th;
at the Pico House, Wednesday, 12th; Thomp
son & Gerson's, Thursday, 18th; Clurendou
Hotel, Friday, Nth. L. J. ROSE, President.
Ben. C. Thuman, Secretary. not)
Guitar and Singing.
JpROFESSOR M. S. AREVALO
has returned to this city, nnd will resume
Private Lessons and Lessons to Classes
Apply at RRODRICK'S Book and Music
f?00 MEN WITH TEAMS, TO
' bring their wives and children to
Buy Goods at the Dollar Store,
Present prices being
23 to 100 per Cent, less than Elsewhere.
«*■ Remember Ihe place, No. 102 Main St.,
opposite the Court House. ocA-lm2p
rpHE FORT STREET MARKET,
Fort Street, between Fourth and
Where can be found at all times, choice
WniiK will be sold at reasonable rates,
STRICTLY tor CASH!
"'MEATS DELIVERED In all parts ofthe
city, FREE OF CHARGE.
oeiU-lm M. A. COBLER, Proprietor.
QONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop on First Street,
Between Main and Spring, Los Angeles.
v Jobbing done neatly and with Dispatch.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
J O B
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
rpHE attention of the business eom
-I lnunlty of Ixts Angeles city and county
W Invited to the facilities of this office for exe
cuting every description of
BOOK* JOB PRINTING
Fully alive to the Inferior manner in which
a great part ofthe Job Printing In Southern
California has hitherto been executed, the
proprietors of this establishment have deter
mined to Institute a new order of things In
A NEW POWER PRESS,
(the first to reach this far south on the Pacific
Consl), capable of printing a
LARGE SHEET POSTER,
either plain or In colors, Is already running,
and in a few weeks will he (Jrlven by
which will also be attached to their new and
The facilities for turning out work wlltjthus
he equal to most and superior to many offices
in San Francisco.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
iv c w rr yv is
of the most modern designs and approved
Eastern manufacture, has been selected. And
It is intended so to equip nnd furnish this de
THE BEST PRESSES,
THE FINEST TYPE,
MOST MODERN APPLIANCES,
AS TO MAKE TIIK
HERALD JOB OFFICE
THE MOST COMPLETE
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
They have engaged as foreman of this de
partment, one of the most experienced Book
and Job Printer* In the country ; and the
presses will be superintended by a Skilled
Pressman from one of the largest oliiees In
Will be printed from New Type, anil the
greatest care exercised to Insure accuracy and
freedom from typographical errors.
POSTERS & HANDBILLS
Plain or in colors, executed at very short no
tice aad displayed In the last manner.
Of this class of work we shall make a spe
cialty, and Intend thnt nothing of the kind
shall equal us in this section.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
Printed la • superior manner, on plain writ
ing paper, or on Bond and Bank Note Paper,
in black or colors.
S HO"W CARDS
IN OOLH AND COLORS.
We shall uay particular attention lo
Which will be printed In the Old Style Type
now so universally iv favor, and which we
have procured specially for this class of work.
We shall also be provided for the printing of
BILLS OF FARE,
TICKETS, LABELS, TAGS,
AND KVKRY VARIETY OF
GENERAL JOB PRINTING
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL.
Job Printing House,
S. H. SLAUGHT,
SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY!
-i il ii* ii. »'* Wit
BUYS AND SELLS REAL ES
taU' in all sections ofthe I'nlon. Has
large tracts tor sale In Southern Callioi nia.
Homes for Farmers,
Homes for Mechanics,
Homes for Business Men,
Uf all kinds and at all prices.
Special attention paid to Ihe
EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES.
SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK.
a r»K» i»f:tti al fair.
where the best products of tne country will be
freely puton exhibition, to which all persons
are not only Invited, but urged to contribute.
It will not only tend to entertain our visitor.,
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 tbe
Bring Along Your Best Results
nl honest labor, and curious freaks of nature,
and see if we cannot astonish the world. Also,
report what you have dove.
Special Attention to Exhibition of 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.
We are fully convinced that the time Is at
hand when old things are to be done away,
and nearly all things are to become uew. Con
sequently, many changes will become neces
sary, and to facilitate this object Is our.pur
pose In our present business capacity. Frota
our extensive acquaintance with the people of
the Eastern States, as well as our knowledge
of this country and its people—which we have
worked diligently and hard to learn—and the
large amount ot
Choice, Desirable and Cheap Property
we have on sale and to lease, we feel confident
of success, nnd 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 em rust their buaiueaa to ©W>
care. Persons having real estate of any kind
to sell, and those wishing to purchase, will
please give us a call.
We have on sale the following described
Farms, Dwellings, Bonding Lots, stores, Bus
iness Stands, Stations, Orange, Lime, Lemon
and other Fruit Trees; Cattle, Horses und
other Stock: besides many other tlrst-class or
chard and Farm Lands, Houses and I <its, and
Ranches, Improved and unimproved, from 2
toB,oooacres—some with fine dwellings and
all necessary out-buildlnga; and highly im
proved land, ranging from $« t051,300 per acre,
not advertised in the following list:
Parties desiring to sell or buy would do well
to call and submit their business to ua, aa all
interests entrusted to us will"receive prompt
attention' The 10l lowing property on hand:
400 Acres of Good Farming Land, suitable
for Dairy purposes or sheep range; *a,OOO worth
of improvements In fences and h'urldlhgs;
well watered and In every way desirable. Sit
uated one mile from Compton, nine miles
from Los Angeles. Price $12,000,
NO. 58. IU acres unimproved, P . miles from
court-house; a fine corner location on a main
street ; good healthy location. This place will
lie sold altogether, or In lots of 5 or 10 acres.
Good, choice land: easy of access by public
conveyance; fine chance forclty homes. (3400.
NO. 56. 100 acres improved, near San Ga
briel Mission. House and other outbuildings;
well watered; good grain or fruit land. Very .
NOS. 50, 51 nnd 52. 4 and 5, and .VA acre lots;
splendidly and pleasantly located; good soil
and water privileges; from jtioo to $2,000 each
NO. 65. 8 32-100 acres Improved lands, wit.,
good house of 5 rooms; \% miles from court
house, near omnibus line and good school.
Well watered. On It are planter! 174 orange
trees, 4 and syears old, In fine condition, and
10 Sicily lemons, 0 years old; 50 bearing fruit,
and nut trees, of splendid quality, and one.
acre of alfalfa. A desirable and cheap place.
NO. 66. 4% acres splendid land, \y % miles
from the court-house, adjoining the above. Ia
planted with walnut, orange and lemon trees.
Can be purchased at a bargain tbr cash. A de-.
sirablc city loa, $1,800.
NO. 62. 10 acres, well Improved; good house
of 8 rooms; I'--, miles from court-house, on San
Pedro street. On it are planted 150 limes, 4 and
5 years old, 100 lemons, 4 and 5 years old, 400
orange trees, 5 years old, 80 apples, o pears, 23
peaches, 4 tigs, 1 Italian chestnut, 5 grape-vines -
-all in good bearing. $5,750.
NO. 63. 13 acres well Improved, 1»; miles :
from the court-house; good bouse, 44x46, in
cluding wings; two stories, contains 0 rooms,
closets, bath and store-room, all hard fin
ished. Three fine weeping willows grace the
yard; 24 bearing orange trees, loaded with
fruit; 2!) white walnut,BB apple, 18 pear. 4 fig, 4
apricot, 7 quince, :) pomegranate, all in tine'
bearing; 77 orange, 3 years old, 77 walnut, 4
years old, In orchard; 100 walnut, 200 orange,' '
lemon and lime trees In nursery; Also, vine
yard of 3,000 vines, and \% acres alfalfa. This
place is near the terminus of the omnibus
line; a good location, healthy and pleasant:
for sale or to rent; a fine property at a bargain.
New brick house and lot, 40 feet front by UM
feet deep, on San Pedro street, 5 minutes' walk
from the post-otflce; good location.
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 as other fruits.
Six lots, 180 feet front on Main street, and 180
nn Spring street. We want money to build
houses with. 83.500.
Two lots on Main street, 120x150; good loca
tion ; cheap for cash. 81.(too.
00 ncres near the fair grounds, Just outside
thecity limits,iu the vicinity of artesian wells
80 acres good land; valuable without Irriga
tion; artesian wells easily supplied. Ifl.rfo,
A good location; house of 5 rooms; 0 large,
bearing orange trees, several nearly in bear
ing; lemons, 1 Hues and other fruits; 5 minutes
walk from the post-office. ft,Qf.
House and lot with 40 acres, to be divided lo
suit the purchaser; with or without house or
improvements, In 5,7k or 10-acre lota near the
city limits. $750, $037 or $1,500.
40 acres, with good house, to exchange for
cattle or sheep.
About I,2ooacres of choice fruit land, and
the best vineyard land in this country, well
watered; water all rises on the place. $12,000.
600 acres, same as above; Improved; 80 miles
from Los Angeles. $I*o,ooo.
A Hue, thrifty, bearing orange, lemon sad
apple orchard; a city lot of 20 acres, centrally
20 acres on San Pedro street, near Jefferson;
cultivated, and has .10 bearing fruit trees; lies
in thecity water limits. $2,000.
8,000 acres unimproved land, with water pri
vilege, at $6 per acre. Apply at this offlee, or
teO. D. Compton, at Compton.
12 acres of choice land, all In orchard and
vines in full bearing, located in the central
part of tho olty. Extra good water privilege.
Good house, barn, and all necessary out-build
ings. Pays well. $12,000.
House; 2 stories and 7 rooms, hard fin-A*
ished, aud closets. Also, brtofc ItasementJgM.
t9X\— 3 rooms and cellar; winc-elnsatund hall.
z£TB acres of ground, nicely planted with fruit,
shrubs, flowers, etc.. good Hence and outbuild-
Ings. Most splendid suburban location la the