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Los Angeles Herald.
CITY AND SUBURBS.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT—L. A. A S. P. R. R.
9 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 Irnins will
run to connect with steamers.
Telegraph Stage Line 3:00 p. m. 12::*) p. m.
Coast Line Stages 9:00 p. m. f>:00 a. m.
San Hcrnardlno Line 5:30 p. K. 0:-30 a. m.
San Diego Stage Line 4:00 p. M. 7:30 a. m.
Eastern, San Francisco and Northern—Tele
graph Stage Line—Arrive at :i:oo P. M.; close
at 11:45 M. Letters intended for registry
must bo presented before 11 A. M.
Coast Line—Stations between San Fianelsno
and IjOs Angeles, via Santa Barbara—Ar
rive at 10:30 P. If.j closes at 9:30 P. If.
San Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla
tin, Capistrano, etc.—Arrives al 4:00 P. M.
closes at 7:00 A. M.
Southern Arizona— Tucson, Yuma, Arizona
City, and Way stations—Trl-Weekly rier
vlce—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 4P. M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday; Mail closes at 7 A. AL
Northern Arizona—Prescott, Wlekenberg nnd
Way Stations—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon
day and Thursday at 5:00 P. M; leaves Tues
day and Friday; mail closes at » P. M.
San Bernardino and Way Stations—Snn (4a
brlel, El Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives ut
5:00 P.;M.; closes at 9:30 P. M.
Wilmington nnd Way Stations—Arrives nt
2:30 P. M» closes nt 9:30 A. if.
Oerro Gordo, Lone Pine and Huvllnh—Arrives
Monday, Wednesday aud Friday at 3:00 P.
M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday nnd Satur
day; closes at 12 M.
Domestic nnd Foreign Money Order Office—
Open from 8:30 A. St, to 4:40 P. M., except on
saturday, when office closes nt 3:00 P. M.
Office Hours-8:00 A. M. to 7:00 P. M.
H. K. W. BENT, P. M.
MS- Every style of Painting nnd Glazing
done ln the highest style of art, and at reason
able rates, by C. Raphael * Co.
BUT J. Colin keeps flue Havana and Domes
tic Cigars. No. 61 Main street, Downey,s Block,
Thompson * Gorson's saloon.
MS. The tide of Immigration Is steadily soi
ling in, and tiie 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. o
, The only place where the genuine
Interchangable Pebhle Spectacles can be
found Is al Fisher * Co's Jewelry Store, 07
Main street. They are made of the best ma
terial, uniform in density and of high refrac
tive power. Come, all ye who live for good
eye-sight, and try them.
Of Special Interest to Farmers.
At the Esperanza Store, No. 108
Main street, will be found the largest nnd
choicest stock of Merchandise, Groceries,
Liquors, Cigars, etc., in Southern California.
It Is well known that at this store you can
buy all goods in their lino at from five to ten
percent, cheaper than nt any other store ln
Los Angeles; also that the highest price Is
paid for nil kinds of country produce. All
goods delivered to any pnrt of tho city free of
Time is on the wing. To make it
pass more slowly and pleasanter watch It
closer by buying a Clock nt Fisher & Co's
Jewelry Store, 07 Main street, Los Angeles.
Look nt Tills!
The only place in the city to get
choice Engravings, Chromos, Oil Paintings,
etc., is nt If, V. Ponet's, Ctl Main street, where
you can buy them cheap for cash, or pay ln
weekly lnstallmeutsof from2s cents to |t, nc
tordlng to the amount purchased.
" Eat, drink and be merry" at
Johnny Moore's Snn Francisco Restaurant,
on Commercial street. Johnny Is an acknowl
edged prince among restauranteurs. The best
meats and vegetables are used and cooked in
the most palatable manner. Take your meals
at Johnny's and you will feel truly refreshed.
All meals '25 cents.
The Cuj as House.
The California oysters kept in the
elegant establishment of Mr. Cuyas, near the
Pico House, have special qualities, owing to
the system followed by the above named gen
tleman in rattening and preserving them as
fresh ns when taken out of the sea. Lovers of
oysters can see for themselves and be con
vinced. Chocolate, coffee, tea and other re
freshments, all first-class, are also served
there. There can be found for sale Sherry
Wins, Muscatel, Imported from Spain, by
Mr. Cuyas, and best brands of Havana Ci
gars. He also keeps a good stock of perfu
mery, toys and candles of all kinds. no9-2w
Zing a long of Fischer
Who make der vatches fly;
Four und dwendy beoples
Going dhere to pay.
Yen der shtore Is obenod
Mester Fischer peglns to zing,
For ho feels so mighty goot
Dot he Is bleased mlt efery ding.
Dhere vas a man vat svord a lectio
Yen his vatch no longer run,
Und he goes down by that shtore
Und puys a pran now yon.
Third and last arrival of the latest
styles In Millinery Goods from the F.ast.atthe
New York Store; 25 to 50 per cent, given to all
purchasers at, the Great Closing Out Sale.
Chamber of Commerce.
A meeting of the Chamber of Com
merce was held last evening.
A communication from Mr. Wad
dington, proposing to get up a direc
tory, was read and referred to the
Committee on Publication. It was
well received and probably will re
A communication was received from
Col. Warner, stating there was dan
ger that the river would change its
course to the old bed and run down
Alameda street. This was referred to
the Common Council with a recom
mendation from the Chamber of Com
A letter from the Secretary of the
Merchants' Exchange of San Fran
cisco, was read In answer to the re
quest of the Los Angeles Chamber of
Commerce, that proper credit should
be given to Los Angeles. The Ex
change proposed to do all in its power
to bring this about.
A motion was made that a com
mittee be appointed to draft an ad
dress stating the objects of the Cham
ber of Commerce, what it had accom
plished and what it purposed. This is
to be mailed to the citizens of the
county. Gov. Downey, Mr. New
mark and Judge Widney, were ap
pointed the committee.
Mr. Nesfield, Captain Win. Moore
and Mr. Storke, were elected members
of the Chamber of Commerce.
A series of resolutions were passed,
thanking the agents of the Pacific
Mail, the San Francisco papers and
the Secretary of the Exchange, for
their courtesies. A copy will be pre
The Chamber congratulate them
selves that Los Angeles, through its
efforts in general and Mr. Newmark
especially, have brought about justice
to Los Angeles in respect to its ex
port and import credits.
OUR BUSINESS HOUSES.
Tbe ( lareutloii Hotel.
The old Bella Union is no more, and
in its place is a bright new house to be
known in future as the Clarendon
Hotel. Additions, alterations und im
provements are the order of the day,
and as one walks through the bright
and softly carpeted halls and offices,
it is hard to replace even in the mind's
eye the old land marks of the former
establishment. A new office has been
added to the hotel. It was formerly
the cigar and fancy store of Mr. Shep
pard and the headquarters of the
Western Union Telegraph Company.
No one could recognize it now. It has
been entirely refitted and painted, and
serves the purpose of an elegant loung
ing room as well as the business office
of the hotel. A dozen antique Eliza
bethian chairs, from the California
Theater in San Francisco, have been
purchased to adorn it; lounges and
easy chairs, reading tables and chess
tables, constitute the balance of the
furniture. An elegant advertising
mirror and bureau of information, set
In gold and black walnut, fills up the
background. The office desks, safes,
etc., are new and of the latest style,
while a tapestry Brussels carpet of a
flower pattern in crimson and gold
covers the floor. The gas fittings are
new and in entire accordance with the
rest of the furniture. From the office
we proceed to the dining room, where
great alterations tire going on. A
staircase is in course of construction
to lead from the story above us a sepa
rate entrance for lathes. The spacious
room has been repainted and the walls
and ceiling tinted a warm French gray.
The gas fixtures have been replaced,
and additional lights added. Elegant
pictures are hung on the walls, and
more will shortly be added. There are
ten tables for guests, exclusive of those
for the use of families, and a hundred
guests can dine at the same time with
out inconvenience. From the dining
room to the kitchen is but a short dis
tance, and we enter the realms of Mon
sieur Charles Rosseau, now the chief
cook at the Clarendon, and formerly
chef at the Union Club in San Fran
cisco. Mr. Jones is head of the pastry
department, also especially engaged
for the hotel. Both these gentlemen
enjoy a high reputation in their sev
eral | lines. The range has been re
modelled and reconstructed, and pipes
pass from the steam-chest entirely
through the dining-room, keeping it
at an even and pleasant temperature.
The great hotel bane of semi-cold
dinners is avoided by an apparatus
heated by steam, in which everything
is placed after being cooked. A carver
stands in the center, ready to attend to
There is also an apparatus for coffee,
tea, chocolate, hot water and hot milk.
This is placed in the dining room, but
connects with pipes with the steam
chest. All vegetables are also cooked
by steam, and our reporter WMOOprtM
ridore culinoe. In the same depart
ment is an apparatus for washing dish
es. The hot water here as throughout
is produced from steam. The furnaces
are underneath in the cellars, and
pipes run in all directions to batli
rooms, and every place where hot
water is necessary or can be utilized.
At the back ofthe hotel is a building
immediately connected with the main
building, containing sixteen rooms.
This the proprietors have leased and
rejuvinated, and thus added greatly to
the extent of their accommodations.
The premises of the Clarendon, there
fore, run all the way now from Main
street to Los Angeles street. From
the culinary department we go to the
laundry and drying rooms. Here hot
steam pipes again come into play, so
that linen can be washed and dried in
ihe wettest weather, in twenty min
utes. On the right hand side of the
court-yard behind the house, are six
solid stone cellars. They are adapted
and used for the storage of vegetables,
meat, wine, etc.
The bar room is exquisitely fitted
up and has been repainted and reno
vated. It is carpeted with rich crim
son, green and blue Brussels tapestry,
and differs only from the adjoining
reading room from the fact that the
latter is carpeted with white, green
and crimson. Elegant pictures and
sporting scenes adorn the wal Is of both
bar and reading room, and in the lat
ter are four card tables. An air of
luxury pervades the whole. A bronze
chandelier with eight crystal globes in
two tiers is suspended from the ceil
ing, and the nllagre work is edged
with gold. Three mirrors light up one
side of the bar and reflect the bright
rays of silver and glassware hung on
the racks. Every day at 11 a. m. a
recherche hot lunch is served up, fol
lowed by a cold collation at 1 p. m.
and a second hot lunch in the evening
at 8. The billiard room, like that in
the Grand Hotel at San Francisco, is
under the bar room, and contains
three laurel wood silver mounted
tables, all reset, remodeled and re
covered. Laural wood racks receive
the private cues of gentlemen, and the
appointments generally are of a high
order. To the left hand side and lead
ing from the billiard room is a private
card and party room beautifully ta
pestred and finished like the office,
with lounges, antique Elizabethian
chairs, etc. Ascending again we no
tice at the rear of the bar room, mar
ble topped and silver fitted stationary
marble washstands, and other conve
niences in the most modern style.
The staircase leading to the main hall
is carpeted with body Brussels and
edged with iron gray oil cloth of a
choice pattern The parlors are re
fitted with white and gold carpets, re
painted, calclmined and adorned with
marble statuettes, vaces, etc., and a
new piano forte just imported from
Berlin. The halls and passages
throughout are newly carpeted. Noth
ing iv a hotel looks so well as nice
bright halls, and these have been
The suites of rooms are being refurn
ished with black walnut and cottage
sets. The bed rooms are entirely refit
ted and the beds supplied with spring,
hair and pulu mattresses throughout.
A covered archway will shortly block
out the view of the old court-yard.
Elegant tapestries and lace curtains
decorate the windows of most of the
rooms, and in many cases, old doors
have been taken out between the par
lor and bedroom of a suite,nnd replaced
by an archway, with rich tapestry
bunging in thick folds. Thesuites are
furnished, some with bronze and gold,
crimson and gold and blue and gold
reps, and Major Ustick's private rooms
arc a bijou palace. There are sixty
two sleeping rooms in the main build
ing and sixteen in the addition; also
two bath rooms, newly fitted for the
use of guests; a new Idea in lunch
tables has been added, consisting of
three small high standi each side of
the main table, on which gentlemen
can place their plates etc., and chat
whilst enjoying a snack.
We had almost omitted to mention
that the supervisor and head of the
saloon, is our long time friend, W. H.
Stodman, of San Francisco, where he
held similar positions, at the Agricul
tural Park, Cliff House, Cady's and
Frank Garcia's. In compounding
those subtle draughts known as
punches, be is Oscar Lewis' only
There is a ttftff of twenty assistants
In the liouse, whlcb is larger than has
ever been attempted here before.
Colonel J. M. Staples is caterer, and
Major W. L. Ustiek general manager.
Colonel Staples is a tine middle aged
gentleman, who has had twenty years
experience in the Bernard House New
York, the Auzerais House in San Jose,
and that gem of all California hotels,
the Bernard House in Vallejo. Major
Ustiek is here, there and everywhere,
and by his courtesy and genial ways
makes hosts of friends. Friend Harry
McKinnie presides in the office, and
long may he continue. We cannot
close the notice without congratula
ting Messrs. Ustiek nnd Staples on the
great "results they have accomplish
ed," and wishing them long years of
increasing prosperity in their new
MM AL BREVITIES.
There is a message at the telegraph
office for William Hughes.
The Leroy-Duret company will play
a short season in Santa Barbara.
Mr. Jacques' mare Mariposa left
overland, the day before yesterday, for
Mr. and Mrs. Jacques and child were
passengers, yesterday, on the Orizaba
to Santa Barbara.
Now that the menagerie has gone,
<he other organ has begun to play. One
is as unpleasant as the other.
A very important patented invention
is offered for sale at this office. It is
specially valuable to this district.
Mr. Patrick, the piano tuner from
San Francisco, has returned here to
winter with us. He is an accomplished
gentleman, and thoroughly under
stands his art.
Gen. Bcale leaves Washington lor
Los Angeles to-morrow. He comes to
look into the Shoo Fly interest, see
about making a harbor, and a narrow
The rain commenced falling ahout 3
o'clock yesterday morning. Heavy
showers fell at intervals during the
day, and the first wet weather of the
season is herewith gratefully chroni
An orange of last year's crop, just
picked from the tree, was presented to
the Herald office by Norman C.
Jones, of Machado street. The tree
was planted by Christobal Agullar, a
recent Mayor of the city. Now a large
crop of young oranges are on the tree.
Thos. A. Garey goes to Westmins
ter to-day, to organize a Orange of the
Patrons of Husbandry this evening.
This makes fifteen Oranges In this
county. Before his return he visits
Riverside, San Bernardino county,
where he may organize another
District Court -WIDNK.Y, J.
TUESDAY, NOV. 18.
Cruz vs. Leinnlrc —Motion to strike out an
swer Milium (cd.
People vs. Ah Koii« und Tun}; Si—Murder.
.1. U. Howard for defendants. Counsel files
demurrer to indictment and submit without
nr.ju men. Caktn under advisement und de
People vs. Pedro Domlnguez—Murder. S.
Hamilton for defendant. Pleaded not guilty,
and case set for trial Thursday, Nov. 10, at 10
A. M. Counsel having waived a drawn Jury,
the Court ordered venire to Issue for 21 trial
Jurors, returnable Nov. 20 at 10 A. M. Defend
Drury Melone vs. W. S. Mcssick et ux J. O.
Howard testified that $200 was reasonable at
torney's fee for partition herein. Said amount
orded to be stated ln interlocutory decree,
which was signed and filed.
Reach vs. Temple * Workman—Demurrer
overruled and five days given to answer.
Montijo vs. Kahn—Demurrer overruled and
Aye days given to answer.
Velarde vs. Martinez—Motion to strikeout
amended nnswer denied.
Adjourned until Thursduy, 20tli Inst,
C.Mlllty OOUrt-SEPVLVKDA, J.
Tuesday, Nov. 18.
McSwnln vs. Burllngnme—Case argued and
submitted. Decision to be rendered Monday,
2tth, at 10 A. M.
People vs. Banks—Dismissed.
People vs. Francisco Ybarru—Plea of not
guilty, and case set for trial Friday, December
10, at 10 A. M.
People vs. Brannan—Plea of not guilty, and
case set lor trial .Monday, December Ist, at 10
People vs. Junn Pomorlno—Plea not guilty.
Set for trial Monday, Nov. 24,2 P. M.
People vs. August Ouldet—Plea not guilty.
Set for trial Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2 P. M.
People vs. A. Moreno and A. Barclls—Plea
of nol guilty. Set for trial Friday, Nov. 28, ut
2 P. M.
People vs. Will Murray and Jose Apodaca—
Plea of not guilty. Both cases Ret for Decem
People vs. J. H. Hewitt—Plea of not guilty.
Set for trial December 8.
People vs. Contreras—Plea of not guilty. Set
for trial December 3.
People vs. John Rump—Plea of not guilty.
Set for Thursday, December 18.
People vs. John Wilson—Pleu of not guilty.
Set lor Dec. 18.
People vs. O. Riverine—Plea of not guilty.
Set for Dec. 19.
People vs. Felipe Ybarra—Set for Monday,
People vs. J. Goldsworthy-Set for Mouduy,
Folk)wing is a list of exports received at the
depot, awaiting shipment Nov. 18:
Be ins.sks 3 Bullion, brs 4V5
Merchandise, pkgs... 1 Walnuts, sks 13
Hides 32 Honey, cases 5
Wine, pps 12 Beeswax, bid 1
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
The following letters from the peo
ple of are presented:
Editor Herald: Go forthe Fair
and its management, and we will back
Editor Herald: Will you please
ask the Secretary of the S. D. A. A.
why he was not at the Rink on Satui
day evening to award the premiums?
His • of Sunday morning shone less
brightly than before. El Monte.
Editor Herald: I have in San
Bernardino county a Durham bull.
The premium ottered was $10. It
would have cost me $110 in time and
money to exhibit him.
Editor Herald: Your style of
dealing with the Fair and races meets
with hearty concurrence in this sec
tion. It is'the general expression that
there never was such a failure as that
Fair; and that the Herald has gained
immensely in popular favor, on ac
count of its just denunciations, is a
self-evident fact. Anaheim.
Editor Herald: I am fond of ag
ricultural fairs, also of horse-racing;
but with a preconcerted effort to make
the former subservient to the latter, I
have no sympathy. Let the fairs and
races be held at different times, and be
disconnected. Then no fault can be
found with the management. I con
cur in all the Herald has said on this
subject. Los Nietos.
Fditor Herald: In regard to (he
many unjust prizes given at the Fair,
I notice that §3 was given forthe best
portrait painting, and $10 for the best
brandy. Is it because the committee
were better judges of the latter article
that they failed to meet last Satur
day? A Judge of the Foßmer.
Editor Herald: "Truth is mighty
and must prevail," in spite of owners
of fast horses. The interests of this
county were represented at the Fair by
the displays made by O.W. Childs ana
T. A. Garey, and Workman's banana.
What a pitiful show! when we have
thousands of acres in grapes (and not
one on exhibition), oranges, lemons,
limes, nuts, peaches, pears, etc. Are
our representatives in the legislature
going to consent to our being taxed
for such an institution, that favors
only the owners of fast horses?
Dash O. WaWee.
Editor Herald:—You stated in
to-day's paper that the "Fair had not
been a success," that it had "not done
credit to Los Angeles and its re
sources." I have conversed with
many substantial citizens to-day, who
endorse all the Herald had to*say in
regard to the Fair, in to-day's paper.
In fact the farmers of this county
have become disgusted with the way
the Fair is conducted in this county.
Instead of a Fair, we have from the
first to the last day of the Fair, horse
races, and scarcely anything else, ex
cept the Ladies, Equestrian Exhibi
tion. I would like to know what it
takes to make an Agricultural Fair?
and what the object of a Fair is? Does
Fair mean horse racing? Is the object
of a Fair to make the people better?
or is it calculated to draw people to
gether, and offer inducements to the
people to become gamblers? Many
young men take their first lessons at
the races, called "Fairs," that is the
influence and result of this Fair! Have
our county or people been benefited?
Take away the fine display of fruit
and trees, of O. W. Childs, and T. A.
Garey, also of K. Montague; what
would there have been in the Pavilion
to attract any special attention. The
horse racing may have been a success
financially, to' the Agricultural
Society, but the Fair has been a grand
failure in every sense ofthe word, and
is of no credit to the county. fj
Nan Fraueinco Market*—fly Telegraph.
San Ehancisco, Nov. If.
FLOUR— Imperial and extra, 80 75.
WHEAT-Shlpping, 82 I3H; milling, $2 29;
inferior, £2 15.
BARLEY—Feed, 81 3-5; brewing, $1 OO&l 62.
OATS—Feed, $1 75; choice, SI 80.
CORN-Yellow, 81 40.
HAY—Choice, 820; fair, 818 50; common wild
out a n.I clover, 810 50.
POTATOES-Market dull at OOcfTil
According to the plan of the Smithsonian In
stitute. Kept specially for the Hkralo by
Brodrick & Co., November is.
9A. M 1)7. I 2 jf. M 68 |9P. M 07-
The largest sign in town is that of
Aaron Smith over the carpet ware
house. Each letter is as big as an
average sized flower garden, and the
artist is Morsch.
iwr All men ought to know that all kinds of
gentlemen's Clothing will be Made with neat
ness and dispatch by a regular tailor. The
finest Imported and Domestic Cloths always
on hand at D. W. Fit/.patrick's, corner of
Court and Spring streets. •
l*ort of San Pedro.
Nov. 18—Stmr Orizaba,Tohnston, from Sun
Nov. 18—Stmr Orizaba, Johnston; passen
gers and freight for San Francisco.
H. SCHNELLES BARBERSHOP.
NEXT TO GATES & NOYES' AND
under the "Express" office, TEMPLE
As lie has the best available assistants
to be procured In the .state,
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Wtirbe performed In the best style of the ton
sorial art. no2-lm
PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER
Hot, Cold and Shower Baths.
Shaving and Bulbing Emporium. No. 78
Main street no2tf-lp
JOHN B. TING ATE, PROP'R.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
BEST BILLIARD SALOON IN KERN CO.
My old Ix)s Angeles friends, please give me
a cull. My place Is next the Telegraph Stage
Company's office. oc2Btf.tp
Prof. Herman Bethe,
O by the highest musicians in San Fran
cisco, will receive pupils on the Piano, Organ,
and in Singing und Harmony.
FOR TERMS, ETC.—Apply at Brodrlck's
Bookstore, Los Angeles. nols-lm-ls
QONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop on First Street,
Between Main and Spring, Loa Angeles.
iHr Jobbing done neatly and with Dispatch
FARMERS & MERCHANTS
B A. W X
Of I.OS AKGKKLiMb.
Capital .~. 8500,000
JOHN G. DOWN FY President
I. W. lIELLMAN Cashier
Exchange for sale on
Nan Francisco, New York,
Frankfort, Paris and
Hccelvcs Deposits nnd Issues Its certificates.
Buys and sells Legal Tenders, Government,
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 ns term deiiosits. interest will he allowed.
Los Angeles, July L 1871. . oc2-lm
WM. WORKMAN. K. P. F. TEMPLE.
TEMPLE A WORKMAN,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
Becelve Deposits, Issue their Certificates nnd
ttENERAL BANKING BI'SINENN.
DRAW ON THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO RANK [LIMITED],
AT SAN FRANCISCO.
Exchange for sale on
New York, Hamburg,
London. Herlin and
Legal Tenders. Bullion, Gold Dust and Gov
ernment.State, County nnd City Bonds bought
and Sold. Receive valuables for suite keep
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
PIONEER PACKAGE EXPRESS
AND CITY PACKAGE DELIVERY.
MOVING PIANOS AND ORGANS
Pianos Unpacked and Repacked.
Anything Delivered, from an Envelope to
the largest Case ever shipped, to all parts of
the city and country. Baggage called for In
time for the trains.
tt»- Leave orders on the slate nt the office, ln
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s office, corner Main and
Market streets, or P. O. box 28t). no.t-lmls
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETO
fore existing 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.
H. Bradley. JOHN C. DOTTER,
ISAAC W. LORD.
The above mentioned business, from this
date (November Ist), will be continued at the
old stand by i>< rTTER & BRADLEY, who as*
•ttnw the liabilities and collect the debts of
the old Arm, and hope to merit v continuance
of the generous patronage heretofore extended
to Doner A I/>rd.
DOTTER & BRADLEY.
Los Angeles, November Ist, 1878. no7-5m
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COM
MERCIAL, Los Angeles, California.
OPEN at ALIi HOURS.
ftS'The choicest delicacies of the Best Mar
kets always on tin 1 Bill of Fare. Elegant
DINNERS AND LCNCHES at a moment's
notice. J AS. MUNROE & CO.,
A SATTER, PROPRIETOR.
• Basement, cor. Main and Requina Sts.
All the delicacies ofthe season. A NICE
COLD LUNCH at a minute's notice. Wines,
Ales, Porters, Liquors and Chnmpugucs, ot
the very choicest brands.
Cn vlnr, Nardellen, Nm Isn and Mm lunger
A fine Billiard Table in the Hall. oc2-2p
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED.
All Kinds or
TIIOKOI GUI.V REPAIRED
AT THE FAIR BY M. C. BAKER,
general sewing machinist of twenty-two
years experience. no-l.'l-tf
LADIES, YOl! 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 78 cents on the
Dollar, at No. 1 Spring street.
no2-lmls MRS. J. E. SMAIJ,.
EASTERN AND CALIFORNIA
OYSTERS— FRESH BY EVERY
steamer, will be served up In overy style,
al the orner of
COMMERCIAL AND LOS ANGELES STS.,
By "JAKE" BAER, (formerly with H.
Dockwcller) and CHAS. WALDEN.
ns. GIVE THEM A CALL. ocll-lm
JOHN COLDS WORTHY,
U. S. MINING AND
LAND SURVEYOR nnd CIVIL ENGINEER
Room «, Downey's'Block, I»s Angeles.
DUPUY A COS
CITY OMNIBUS LINE!
RUNS ON MAIN STREET FROM
THE PLAZA TO WASHINGTON JO AR
DEN, EVERY HALF HOUR
WHY FOOT IX,
when DUPUY will enrry yon In his elegant
'bus, at TWELVE FARES FOR A.DOLLAR?
Montana Meat Market.
The best and tenderest meats
ln the market. None but the -»m/TH|
Primest Beef and Mutton ajp B
ever to be found. Note the address—Montana
Meat Market, Main street near First, I.os An
Barber Saloon & Bath House.
HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING,
SHAMPOOING, BATHS, Etc.
This establishment has lust been refitted,
and, after having engaged the best Rarbers In
the city, I respectfully solicit custom from all
who want work executed ln the best style.
Makes the RATHING BUSINESS a special
ty, and has the finest set of Bath Rooms ln the
city, ear Underthe Bella Union. no2-lmlp
Our Own Manufacture!
In the City!
A Large Stock of fresh Crack
ers always on Hand.
On hnnd and made to order at short notice.
Tastefully decorated CAKES of any design, at
reasonable prices. Also,
DREAD, PIES AND CAKES,
Fresh every day, at the
Los Angeles Woolen Mill
SACRISTE, ELLIOTT A CO
DEALERS IN WOOL, AND MAN
All Wool Crusimeres,
' Tweed*. Flannels. Blankets, 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 I/is Angeles
and Commercial Streets. oc2tf-2p
/CORNER MAIN & MARCHES
\S SAULT STREETS.
FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES
EVERY DAY. n».CAKEB of every sort or
kind made to order. Orders promptly attend
ed to. oclDmlpt
Cor. Los Angeles and Center Streets,
JOHN FISCHER Proprietor.
OFFERS FIRST-CLALSS Ac
commodations to the traveling public.
All stages arrive at and depart from this
house. Terms moderate. noU-tf
MAX NEBELUNG, Proprietor.
for travelers and visitors. Stages from
all parts ofthe country arrive and depart
from this house.
Attached to the hotel are
Pioneer Livery, Sale and Feed Stables,
CENTER STREET, OPPOSITE
Poplar Row, ANAHEIM.
Tho very best accommodations for visitors
Grentle Saddle Horses
constantly on hand, and furnished at shortest
DRY GOODS STORE,
Cor. Los Angeles and Commercial Sts.,
HAVING RETURNED FROM
Europe & the East with a large slock of
Boots nnd Shot'H,
Hats nnd Caps,
or the Latest Styles and Patterns.
I solicit the patronage of my old friends
and the public in general. All are Invited to
call and inspect my stock, whether they
wish to purchase or not.
Mr. Meyer notifies all persons Indebted to
him to call nnd settle up immediately, or the
accounts will t»> placed in the hands of an
attorney for collection. no!s
T. A. CAREY'S
2 Semi-Tropical SS
Grafted, Budded and Seedling Orange,
Lemon, Mexican Lime, English
Walnut, Apple. Peach,
Anil Genuine I.Aiifftiodor Almond Trees
Call and examine my stock. Priced cata
logue sent free. Address Postoffice Box SUM.
Los Angelas, Cal. THOS. A. OABEY.
Guitar and Singing.
J3HOFESSOR M. S. AREVALO
has returned to this city, and will resume
Private Lessons and Lessons to Classes
Apply at BRODRICK'S Book and Music
MEN WITH TEAMS, TO
v/V/ bring their wives and children to
Buy Goods at the Dollar Store,
Present, prices being
29 to 100 per Cent, less tkan Elsewhere.
»r Remember the place, No. 103 Main St.,
opposite the Coiirt House. nos-lm2p
rpHE FORT STREET MARKET,
Fort Street, between Fourth and
Where can be found nt all times, choice
Which will be sold nt reasonable rates,
STRICTLY Tor CASH!
"MEATS DELIVERED In all parts ofthe
eltv, FREE OF CHARGE.
octtl-lm M. A. COBLER, Proprietor.
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
T. I>. SAUNDEBS,
Sole Proprietor for California and Oregon.
K. W. DOSS,
. „ Sole Agent for California.
IT SAVES THE LIMB FROM SPLITTING,
AND CUTS A CLEAN CUT.
S. H. SLAUCHT,
SALE AND EXCHANGE A6ENCYI
BUYS AND SELLS REAL Es
tate In all section* of the Union. Has
large tracts tor sale ln Southern California.
Homes for Farmers,
Homes for Mechanics,
Homes for Business Men,
Of all kinds and at all prices.
Special attention paid to the
EXCHAN6E OF CATTLE, HORSES,
SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK.
A. PERPETUAL FAIR,
where the best products of the 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 visitors,
but will enable them to see what we can raise
here, and thus encourage them to unite their
capital and energies with ours, to develop the
vast resources of our country, add to the
charms of the most beautiful climate In the
Bring Along Your Best Results
of honest labor, and curious freaks of nature,
and see if we cannot astonish the world. Also,
report what you have done.
Special Attention to Exhibition of Ores
and general Information exchanged In regard
to the mines of our country.
Mining and other Stocks on Exchange
AH 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 new. Con
sequently, many changes will become neces
sary, and to facilitate this object is our pur
pose ln our present business capacity. From
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 of
Choice, Desirable and Cheap Property
we have on sale and to lease, we feel confident
of success, and that is half the battle won.
Our motto la onward and upward with the
watchword, Know Thyself, the which we
study. So we natter 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 sale the following described
Farms, Dwellings. Building Lots, Stores, Bus
iness Stands. Stations, Orange, Lime, Lemon
and other Fruit Trees; Cattle, Horses and
other Stock: besides many other first-class or
chard and Farm Lands. Houses and t<ota, and
Ranches, improved ana unimproved, from 2
to 8,000 acres—some with fine dwellings and
all necessary out-buildings; nnd highly Im
proved land, ranging from 96 to $1,300 per acre,
not advertised ln 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 band:
400 Acres of Good Farming Land, suitable
for Dairy purposes or sheep range; 16,000 worth
of improvements in fences and buildings;
well watered and ln every way desirable. Sit
uated one mile from Compton, nine miles
from Los Angeles. Price 112,000.
NO. 58. 34 acres unimproved, IS miles from
court-house; a fine comer 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 access by public
conveyance; fine chance forclty homes. 13100.
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 and 52. 4 and 5, and 5 l „ acre lots:
splendidly and pleasantly located; gpod soil
and water privileges; from 1600 to •2sb9 each
NO. 65. 8 32-100 acres Improved lauds, wlu.
f ood house of 5 rooms; 1% miles from court
louse, near omnibus line and good school.
Well watered. On It are planted 174 orange
trees, 4 nnd 5 years old, in nne condition, and
10 Sicily lemons,6 yeursold;so bearing fruit
and nut trees, of splendid quality, and one
acre of alfalfa. A desirable and cheap place.
NO. 66. 4% acres splendid land, 1% miles
from the court-house, adjoining the above. Is
planted with walnut, orange and lemon trees.
Can be purchased at a bargain for cash. A de
sirable city lot. $1,800.
NO. 62. 10 acree.well Improved; good house
of 6 rooms; 1 % miles from court-house, on Sau
Pedro street. On it are planted ISO limes, 4 and
5 years old, 100 lemons, 4 and 5 years old, 460
orange trees, 5 years old, 30 apples, 6 pears, 25
peaches, 4 figs, 1 Italian chestnut, 5 grape-vines
—all In good bearing. $5,750.
NO. 68. 13 acres well Improved, \% miles
from the court-house; good bouse, 44x46, in
cluding wings; two stories, contains tf rooms,
closets, bath and store-room, all hard fin
ished. Three fine weeping willows grace the
yard; 24 bearing orange trees, loaded with
fruit; 29 white walnut,BB apple, 18 pear. 4 fig, 4
apricot, 7 quince, 3 pomegranate, all in fine
bearing; 77 orange, S 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 JA£ acres alfalfa. This
fdace is near the terminus of the omnibus
ine;ngood location, healthy and pleasant;
for sale or to rent; a flue property at a bargain.
New brick house and lot, 40 feet front by 100
feet deep, on San Pedro street, 5 minutes' walk
from the post -office; good location. $8,400.
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 fruit*.
Six lots, 180 feet front on Main street, and 180
on Spring street. We want money to build
bouses with. $)3,500.
Two lots on Main street, 120x150; good loca
tion ; cheap for cash. 51.600.
00 acres near the fair grounds, Just outside
the city limits, in the vicinity of artesian wells
80 acres good land; valuable without Irriga
tion; artesian wells easily supplied. H.eiS.
A good location; house of 5 rooms; I large,
bearing orange trees, several nearly ln bear
ing; lemons.limes and other fruits; 5 minutes
walk from the post-office. M.OOO.
House and lot with 40 acres, to be divided to
suit the purchaser; with or without house or
improvements, In 5,7)4 or 10-acre lots near li c
city limits. $750, forff or $1,500.
40 acres, with good house, to exchange fir
cattle or sheep.
About 1,200 acres of choice fruit land, and
the beat vineyard land in tnts country, well
watered; water all rises on the place. $12,000.
800 acres, same as above; Improved; 30 miles
from Los Angeles. $30,000.
A fine, thrifty, bearing orange, lemon and
apple orchard; a city lot of 20 acres, centrally
20 acres on San Pedro street, near Jefltersou;
cultivated, and has 50 bearing fruit trees; Ilea
ln the city water limits. $2,000.
8.090 acres unimproved land, with water pri
vilege, at $6 per acre. Apply at this office, or
te G. D. Compton, at Compton.
12 acres of choice land, all in orchard and
vines ln full bearing, located la the central
part of the city. Extra good water privilege.
Good bouse, barn, and all necessary out-build-
Ines. Pays well. $12,000.
House; 2stories aud 7 rooms, hard lln-M
iahed, and closets. Also, brick basement H.
jJJBk—3 rooms and cellar; winc-cloaet aad kali.
3*B acres of ground.nicely planted with fruit,
, shrubs, flowers, etc, good fence and outbuild
ings. Most splendid suburban location ln the