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CITY AND BREVITIES.
WIKTRR ARRANOKMKNT—I.. A. <* H. P. R. R.
!i IK) A. M. 10 00 A. M.
•i IS P. M. 4 00 P. M.
The above to role except on days of steam
ers' arrival and departure, when trains will
inn to connect with steamers.
Telegraph Stage Line 3:00 p.m. 12:30 r. m.
Const Line Stages 0:00 P. M. 5:00 a. M.
Man Hernanlino Line 5:30 p. sr. 6:30 a. m.
snn Diego Stage Line 1:00 p, m. 7:;Kl a. m.
Eastern, San Francisco and Northern—Tele
graph Stage Line-Arrive at 3:00 P. M.; close
at 11:45 M. Letters Intended for registry
musl be presented before 11 A. M.
Const Line S'atl nis between San Francisco
and Los Angeles, vln Santa Karlmra—Ar
rive nt 1(1:30 p. AL; closes nt H:9O P. M.
San Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla
tln, rapist runo, o:c—Arrives nt 4:00 P. M.
closes at 7:00 A. M.
Southern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma, Art Rutin
City, und Way Stations— Trl-Weekly Ser
vice—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 4P. AL; leaves Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday; Mail closes at 7 A. M.
Northern Arizona—Prescott, Wickenberg and
Way Stations—Semi-Weekly—Arrives Mon
day and Thursday at 5:00 P. M| leaves Tues
day nnd Friday; mail closes at 0 P. M.
San Bernardino und Way Stations—San Ga
briel. Xl Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrives at
5:00 P.;M.; closes at 0:30 P. M.
Wilmington and Way Stations—Arrives at
2:30 P. AL. closes al 9:30 A. M.
I Vrro Oonlo. Lone Pine and llavllah—Arrives
.Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3:00 P.
M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday and Satur
day; closes at 12 At.
liomestlcand Foreign Money Order Office—
Open from H:3O A. Al. to 4:40 P. AL, except on
Saturday, when office closes at 3:00 P. AL
t itfice Hours—B:oo A. AL to 7:00 P. AL
H. K. W. BENT, P. AL
n«su Every style of Painting and Glazing
done In the highest .style of art, and at reason
able rates, by C. Raphael A Co.
tfkY J, Colin keeps fine Havana nml Domes
tic Cigars. No. fll Alain street, Downey,s Block,
Thompson A Gerson's saloon.
The tl<le of immigration Is Steadily set
ting In, and tiie first thing eastern people do
is to throw away their New York Hats nnd buy
a new one of Dksmond. Tbey say there Is no
comparison between the two. <s
The only place where the genuine
, Interehiingable Pebble Spectacles can be
found is at Fisher A Co's Jewelry Store, 07
Main street. They are made of the best ma
terial, uniform in density and of higli refrac
tive power. Come, all ye who live for good
eye-sight, nnd try them.
Of Special Interest to Farmer*.
At the Esperanza Store, No. 1(18
Main street, will be found the largest and
choicest stock of Merchandise, Groceries,
I.lquors, Cigars, etc., ln Southern California.
It is well known that nt this store you can
buy all goods in their line nt from five to ten
percent, cheaper than at any other store ln
Los Angeles; also that Ihe highest price is
paid for all kinds of country produce. All
goods delivered to any part of tho city free of
Time is on the wing. To make it
pass more slowly nnd plcasanter watch it
closer by buying a Clock nt Fisher A Co's
Jewelry Store, t!7 Alain street, Los Angeles.
Look at This!
The only place in the city to get
choice Engravings, Cbromos, Oil Paintings,
etc., is at AL V. Ponet's, 86 Alain street, where
you enn buy them ehenp for cash, or pay in
weekly installmentsof from2scents lo $1, ac
cording to the amount purchased.
" Bat, drink and bo merry" at
Johnny Moore* HMO Francisco Restaurant,
ou Commercial street. Johnny Is an acknowl
edged prince among rcslauriinteurs. The best
moats and vegetables aro used and cooked in
the most palatable manner. Take your meals
at Johnny's and you will feel truly refreshed.
All meals 25cents.
The fuynM House.
The California oysters kept in the
elegant establishment of Mr. Cuyas, near the
Pico House, have special finalities, owing to
Ihe system followed by the nbove named gen
tleman in fattening und preserving them ns
fresh as when taken out of thesea. Lovers of
oysters enn sea for themselves nnd be con
vinced. Chocolate, coffee, tea and other re
freshments, nil first-class, are nlso served
there. There can be found for sale Sherry
Wine, Muscntcl, imported from Spain, by
Mr. Cuyas, and best brands of Hnvana Ci
gars. He also keeps a good stock of perfu
mery, toys and candies oral 1 kind*, w>9-2w
Zing a zong of Fischer
Who make der vatches fly;
Four und dwendy peoples
Going dhere to puy,
Yen der shtore is obencd
Mester Fischer peglns to Ring,
For be feels so mighty goot
Dot he is blenaed mitofery ding.
Dhere vas n man vat svord a lectin
Yen his vatcli no longer run.
End he goes down by that shlorc •
End puys a prnn now yon.
Third and last arrival of the latest
stylos in Millinery Goods from the East, nt the
New York Store; 25 to 50 per cent, given to all
purchasers at the Great Closing Out Sale,
«** All men ought to know that all kinds of
gentlemen's Clothing will be made with neat
ness und dispatch by a regular tailor. The
finest Imported nnd Domestic Cloths always
mi band at 1). W. Fitzpntriek's, corner of
i 'ottrt and spring streets. *
A Good Word for Los Angeles.
A writer in the London Lancet,
Henry Weekes, F. R. C. S., in of the
opinion that the cHmate of Houthem
California is unrivaled in the world
for its softness, dryness and equality
of temperature. He quotes Professor
Rennett as saying: "Much has been
written of climate, but the one which
appears to be the best is that which
will enable the patient to pass a few
hours every day in the open air with
out exposure to cold or vicissitudes of
temperature on the one hand or ex
treme heat on the other." Weekes
then shows that the climate of South
ern California, between Santa Bar
bara and San Diego, answers to this
description. The annual range of tile
thermometer at Santa Barbara is otdy
18 degrees between 51 and 69 degrees.
Rain seldom falls except in the win
ter. At Santa Barbara and Los An
geles it is about 18 inches, and at San
Diego 10 inches. The city of Los An
geles is charmingly situated, about 14
miles from the sea, at the head of a
wide-spread valley, and is surrounded
by vineyards and orange groves. The
town is abundantly supplied with
water, and from the mildness of cli
mate and the nature of the cultivation
(by irrigation), fruits and vegetables
are obtainable all the year round. In
ixmdou there are about 00 unclouded
•rays, in New York 100, at Lob Ange
les 240. Every comfort can be ob
tained here; there is a good library
und reading room, small theater, beau
tiful neighborhood with good roads,
and horses and carriages may be hired
iit reasonable rates. In view of these
advantages, Weekes very Justly pre
fers Southern California as a resort for
English-speaking Invalids to Madeira
or to any of the usual resorts on the
continent of Europe.
Four of Nadeau'a teams, laden with
bullion, came in to-day.
Sidney Laoey supplied and laid the
carpets at the Lafayette Hotel.
Six teams arrived yesterday after
noon with bullion at tne depot.
The Agricultural Association came
out even for the year, or nearly so.
Proposals to take care of the race
track for the ensuing year, are In
Overshoes and mud, were the order
of the day, after the first rain yester
An improved Iron Frame Pujier
Trimmer, may be seen at Aaron
Smith's carpet store.
President Rose, of the Agricultural
Society is about to resign. He finds
his work too arduous.
Seven or eight car loads of material
for the construction of the San Fer
nando line, arrived yesterday.
A. L. Sprague, late of the United
States Navy, died at the residence of
General Stoneman, on Tuesday.
The Secretary will make a financial
report to the Agricultural Society.
Will it he published seriatim on Sat
A new planer from the machine
works of Power, Tainter A Co., Phila
delphia, arrived at the depot to-day
for Messrs. Perry A Woodworth.
The Secretary of the Interior has
affirmed the decision of the General
Land Office, approving the official sur
vey of the Rancho Ballenn, compris
ing about 13,000 acres of land in Los
Geo. W. Coftin, of the Atlantic and
Pacilic Railroad, goes East to-day.
Work has been temporarily suspended
on the Soledad. Mr. Coftin has won
very many friends, and their befit
wishes go with him.
The effect of the stores under the
Lafayette Hotel is very pretty at
night. They are brilliantly lit with
gas, and the fresh goods of Mrs. Parks
in one and friend Roth in the other,
make a magnificent display.
Thanks to Aaron Smith for a copy
of the Land Owner, a splendidly il
lustrated Chicago paper, and the offi
cial catalogue of the Inter-State In
dustrial Exposition of Chicago. The
engravings are excellent in both.
Fisher, Ihe genial and jolly, has
gone to San Francisco to meet an
Eastern jewelry agent. It will not do
to tell the value of the goods he is in
tending to bring back for the holiday
trade, lest his friends shall think he
stole them, but it is somewhere in the
Luquet A Co. have left two samples
of wine at this office. One is an ordi
nary wine in a natural state, and the
other is the same wine submitted to a
heating process which gives it the fla
vor of age, and destroys fermentation.
Persons interested are invited to call
and taste the samples.
Dr. Terry will open a new drug store,
on or about Monday next, in one of
the new stores under the Lafayette
Hotel. The doctor purposes to carry
a very complete stock, and judging by
the style of the interior arrangements
now being made, will have one of the
most convenient and attractive busi
ness establishments in this city.
An old lady and a boy and little girl
were riding along the street, yester
day, and the boy was driving, when
two Spaniards, racing, came along and
ran into the conveyance, knocked the
old lady and child out and played the
mischief generally. The old lady, who
is the mother of Mrs. Trafford, suffered
little injury. Something severe ought
to be done to such lawless desperadoes.
To M. J. Newmark is due almost the
entire credit of obtaining the proper
insertion of the freight lists in the
San Francisco papers. The idea was
his from the first, and to his continu
ous and unflagging exertions is the re
sult of the project mainly due. Mr.
Ix>rd is also deserving of the thanks
of the whole community for his inter
est in the matter. The Chamber of
Commerce is steadily doing great
The monthly reunions of the Los
Angeles Social Club are soon to be re
inaugurated. The first ball of the
season will be given on Thanksgiving
Eve, the 36th inst. A few tickets will
be disposed of at $2 50. The Commit
tee of Arrangements consists of Sam.
Meyer and P. N. Roth. The club par
ties are always enjoyable, as far a.4
good music, good society and pleasant
rooms can make them, and the
Thanksgivhi&Eve party will doubtless
be a great success.
There is a capital photograph at li
zard's store of the album presented to
President Thiers by the French resi
dents of the Pacific coast. The cir
cumstances of the presentation are
already familiar to our readers. The
photograph presents a view of both
sides and the back of the cover of the
album. The edging of the front side
is ornamental gold work, surrounding
twelve different kinds of wood. The
clasp is held by three large diamonds,
while large rubies and gold quartz
stand out boldly in the design. In the
center is the monogram, A. T., sur
rounded by laurel leaves and raised on
rich gold quartz. The monogram
opens, and inside are specimens of all
the minerals found on the Pacific
coast. On the back is engraved
"Gratitude, 1873." The other side is
the same as the front, except that sil
ver work adorns the edging, and ears
of corn encircle the arms of the State
of California. On the first page of the
inside are dates of all President
Thiers' important acts from his pro
test against the declaration of war on
the 15th of July 1870, up to the 24th of
May 1873, when he resigned his trust
into the hands of the Assembly. The
address is signed by 2,200 Frenchmen,
including many Los Angeles citizens.
It cost 11,741 65, and was entirely the
gift of citizens on this coast. The
photograph may be seen for a few days
on application to Mr. Constant Meyer.
Lafayette—M. Lichenstein, 0. Hin
kle, San Francisco; Anton Steck, Ana
heim; D. Duval, L. Prate, Florence;
AY. G. Wright, San Bernardino.
United States—A. W. Hale, Flor
ence; Dr. D. Assonville, L. Durr, Ana
heim; H. Wolsers. H. L. Garfield,
San Francisco; John W. Covy, John
Kurgesy, James Green, Sherman
(Texas); Gustave Yauger, Rakersfleltl.
Pico House—Dr. W. G. Hutchins,
N. H.; Robert B. Frost, New York;
John B. Hillhouse S. P. R. R.; W. A.
McCauley, J. Banbury, W. E. Leach,
San Buenaventura; M. B. Smith, San
Francisco; J. D. La Rue, Mountains.
Clarendon Hotel—John D. Kail. G.
P. Hanley, Marks Wilzinski, San
Francisco; P. S. Bloodbean, P. 11.
Poor, San Jose; J. A. Goldwater, Ari
zona; M. Stone, W. J. Young, Merced.
According to the plan of the Smithsonian In
stitute. Kept specially for the Hkkai.o by
Brodrick A Co., November id.
9a. m 67> I2P. M fi«v .|9 P. M 68,
Resolution of Thanks.
lais Angeles, Nov. pi, 137.1.
Editors Herald— (Jmtlemm 1 At
regular meeting of the Board of Di
rectors of the Los Angeles Chamber
of Commerce, held on Tuesday, Nov.
18, 1873, it waß
Resolved, That the thanks of the
Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce
are hereby tendered to the agent of
the Pacific Mail Steamship Company
at Ban Francisco, to the proprietors of
the Han Francisco daily papers, and to
the Secretary °f t' l<? Merchants' Ex
change of San Francisco, for the
prompt manner in which they have
complied with the resolutions of this
Chamber, In the matter of giving the
proper credit of freight ami passengers
to the ports of Los Angeles county.
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions be forwarded *to the above
named parties, and also to the papers
of this city, with the request that they
publish the same.
Isaac W. Loin,
Secretary ofthe Los Angeles ('hamber
Stage Arrivals and Departures Nov. 19.
Arrivals—J. A. Coldwater, H. L.
Garfield, Mr. Leonard, Mr. Wright.
Departures—J. Lossynsky, Mr. Tolls,
Leon Durton, Mrs. Kcnjamin.
Arrival* —Mr. Hunt, Mr. Kramer
and five others.
Departures—M. B. Smith, J. W.
Peterson, J. Lezynsky, John Ron, G.
Klucker and two others.
Arrivals—Mr. Walker, Mr. iiehendy,
S. D. Reiss. Mr. Litchenstein, Geo. F.
Hanly, R. H. Poor, P. S. Woodman.
Departures —Samuel Barnett, Win.
H. Lamb, Mrs. Mary A. Slater.
Notes From Azusa.
Azcsa, Nov. IS,
Editor Herald: Quite a serious
accident occurred to a resilient of our
neighborhood a few days ago. Mr.
Christian Thronson, while coming
from the Monte, ami when near Joe
Workman's, fell oft' his wagon, the
wagon running over and breaking his
leg. The team became frightened and
ran about three miles, doing little or
no damage to the wagon or horses.
A shooting scrape took place last
evening at a Mexican fandango, which
resulted in the shooting of one Jack
Nelson, one shot taking effect in the
fleshy part of the right leg, and an
other in the left ankle. I failed to
learn the name of the person who did
the shooting, hut understood that both
were slightly under the influence of
THE Oil Ill's.
Probate Court—skpulveoa, J.
TtIKSDAY, Nov. 19.
Estate of John Sex—Order appointing Mon
day, December 1, forthe settlement of account
of Ellen Sex, administratrix, and directing
notice lo be given.
Ran Franelwco Money Market.
San Francisco, Nov. 19.
Gold—Opened in New York ut
Nan Francisco Markets—By Telegraph.
San Francisco, Nov. 19.
FLOUR -Superfine Ifi 25yu 75; extra $11 50;
shipping Sfti 75;«7.
WHEAT—Shipping 13 20<f/.2 25: milling £2 25
BARLEY—Good feed $1 37' (M 10; bay brew
ing $1 till.
OATs—lnferior SI 60; choice feed dull nt
Si t;nr«l SO.
POTATOES—Sweet,*I 85; Pigeon Point Jl;
Humboldt 860981: other kindstiOnOOc.
ONIONS—SI 7fV6t2 00.
CORN—Firm nt si 11501 «>.
BEANS—Bayo2%; large butter 4';,'; pea and
small white S< 4 ; pink nnd red itift,
SEEDS—Alfalfa canary :\Vf®*y*; flax
3; California mustard l'-:,o>:iK\ California hops
HONEY—IO327%; choice southern 15<§20; do
northern in comb, strained 8(014; iv bulk, 75
(n95 perense of 2 dozen glass jars.
BEESWAX—DuII ut 27^.
FEED—Bran 819; middlings (MR); oil cake
meal $32 SU.
STRAW—SO(SBSc per bale.
DAIRY PRODUCTS—Fancy lots fresh roll
butter readily taken nt HWMOd; other dairies
50c; pickled roll;-G2%37%;firkin WMfjVt. steel's
cheese 17; other California dairies Kslfl; east
ern ITJCtWf. California eggs Ore
gon 55; eastern 37UC'**".
■ PROVISIONS— ttuTODjl2}4StßH; Oregon lit)
11>$; eastern 12fr<13%; shoulders plain
hams i:;'o; eastern sugar-cured 156*17; smoked
beeflOcmie; Cal. laid lo>£<al3; eastern lltgllU
WOOL—Burry 8(fil2o; clean shipping grades
I4(S!Ili; choice northern ltttalS. There Is more
Inquiry, but sales for the past week have hcen
Following is a list of exports received tit the
depot, awaiting .shipment Nov. 19:
Bullion, brs 5401 Alfalfa Seed, sks 1
Castor Beans, sks 15 Skins, lid Is I
Aierchandise, pkgs... 2 linmx.sks ...18
Wine, pps 111 Corn Meal, sks 10
& Following arc the shipments per steamer
Orizaba, November 18:
Wine, cks l Merchandise, cs 24
" pps 7 Corn, sks ;ll
Brandy, pps 1 Beans,sks ;10
Limes, bxs 4 Bullion, bis 2IHJI
Spirits, pps 18 Hides 197
Walnuts, sk- 07 Wool, bales ...78
Red Pepper, cs 1 Dried Peaches, 5k5....23
One team left for San Bernardino,
yesterday, with goods for R. & H., and
one for Cerro Gordo for S. L.
1.-*ort of* Hnii Pedro*
Nov. 19—Bark W. H. dauitJy\Waguire, .Mus
ter, with railroad material.
K. BKRTHON. F. V. C. MONWKAN.
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR DEPOt
IMPORT THE PUREST and BEST
Havana Cigars, und keep on band
<L'i>«'wi n<* and Saxiliiug Tobacco
Pipes, Clgnrritos and Fancy Articles.
Main .St., next, door to \V. P. & Co's Express.
For First-Class Printing,
GO to tho *' HERALD."
TUNED, REPAIRED AND REG
ULATED by J. D. PATRICK.
Has recommendations from prominent Hun
Eranetseo establishments. Leave orders at
QONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop on First Street,
Between Main and Spring. Los Angeles.
»g> Jobbing done neatly and with Dispatch
FOR SALE-TO LET.
LOCATED ABOUT TWO MILES
south ofthe I»s Nietos Depot.
A splendid tlO-ACRE LOT is offered for A
sale on tiie most liberal terms. The loca-2c
Hon Is very desirable, and the land is in good
Last year It produced a crop of 115 bushels of
corn to the acre. Any one who may desire lo
purchase land in this locality would do well
to Inspect this lot and examine this year's
crop, which lias not been gathered. The sole
reason for sacrificing this property Is to meet
certain obligations immediately. TERMS —
one-half cash, and the balance in one or two
'An 80-AC RE TRACT, located on the line of
the railroad going east to Mud Springs, and
embraced In the San Jose Rancho. This is a
most desirable piece of land, lain a first-rate
Acondlt ion; under fence, and good water
right; on which are growing 10,000 grape
vines in a full bearing condition; has a large.
nmodlou* DWELLING-HOUSE; all to be
sold on ensv terms. For particulars, apply to
P. C. TONNER, Spadra,or at
ociii-tf HERALD OFFICE.
. Farms for Sale!
4K ACRES—FIRST-CLASS FOR
t) corn or'fruit, with wood and M&
water. Price, *1,800. SE
QQ 1 ACRES NEAR THE COL-
O isj LEGE— not in cultivation—one mile
south of the L. N. R. It 11,400.
O ■»/ ACRES ALL IN CULTIVA
-0I J TION — flrst-class improved — near
Gullatln—one mile south of UN. R. R. $2,500
Q/A ACRES FURST-C'LASS, IN
CD\J cultivation, with the bosL artesian
well aiid'rescrvoir in the county. 4 miles east
of Nietos Depot. $5,000. Apply to
oe;»tf J. B. HOLLOWAY,GaIIatin,
4K ACRES ONE MILE EAST
*Jd( Nletos Depot, on the line of the
Railroad. Eighty bushels of corn por acre
was raised ou the land this year. There Is
also a good dwelling house, corn crib, etc.
1 nnn sAC^°FGooDBAR -
IiUUU ley for side. Apply to
noB J. B. HOLL A WAY, Gall at Im_
A(\ ACRES OF LAND ONE
south of the city, well Improved,
good house and out buildings; good well; 10
acres in vineyard, mostly foreign; 400 orange
trees mostly from three to six .veal's old; 140
walnut trees from two to six years old; 80
apple trees, some bearing, Title good; terms
FORTY ACRES of land 1% miles south of
elf v, unimproved. Also
HOUSE AND LOT corner of Mnln nnd
Fifth streets. House new. Lot 80x1115, Also,
THREE LOTS between Fourth and Fifth
streets, on Olive,
Inquire of H. EDWARDS, or J. D.
BICKNELL, Room No. 88, Temple Block.
fIpHE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT IN
of ft very valuable patented invention. The
proprietors have perfected their
and desire to sell as above. For full informa
tion, which is confidential, address
novliitf THIS OFFICE.
EjHTRNISHED HOUSE of SEVEN
ROOMS, centrally located, five .Jgk
minute*' walk from the posUitlioe. Also. Bill
two suits of furnished rooms. Apply to S. H.
SL AUGHT. noylO
SPLENDID TEAM OF 4 HORSES
togetherwilb wagon and harness. Every
body knows them. Price very reasonable.
They formerly belonged to John Dunn.dec'd.
Enquire of widow Dunn, at the county hos
ONE LOT CONTAINING 17 nO-100
acres, situated in the northwest quarter
ofthe lands of I/»s Angeles city. Price 1300.
Inquire Of toc7-.lw] ('.A STORKE.
A PURCHASER FOR TWO VAL
UABLE LOTS OF LAND, 50x120 feet
each, situated near the centre of the city,
which cost iJBShMt June, lint will be sold for
$250, ou account of the owner going to Arizo
na. Address CASH, P. O. box HIS. nolStf
7f\ ACRES OF LAND —GOOD
kj artesian well; BV£ mile* from the Los
Nletos dopot, Inquire of DR. RIVEH, at Los
For Sale or Rent.
THE CORNER LOT ON MAIN
street,opposite Pico House; 00x115. In
quireal 11. ELEIsII M AX'S store. novlinl"
FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
pleasant surroundings, live minutes'
walk from the post-office. Enquire at north
easl corner 4lli anil Spring sts. novlOwl
O CITY LOTS r FIVE MINUTES'
*m walk from Ihe court-bouse, each 7:1x250
feet, with bearing orange and lemon trees,and
ditch miming through it. Must.be seen to lie
appreciated. Inquire of E. GREEN BAUM.
at the While House. novltf
Q O ACRES ON THE SAN ANTO
« / tmA uio Itanoß and the San Gabriel River.
II is eight miles from the city and two from
Los Nletos tiepat, und a depot is within one
half a mile. The tract is all arable nnd has
more timber than the place can consume.
The water right is excellent and tho buildings
and Improvements good. Refer to A. C.
CIIAI rVTN, liQs Angeles. iiol-lmd-2tnw
J-flll ACRES IMPROVED AND
\t\J\.f unimproved lands of the finest
quality, 3 miles from the court-house. Cheap
tor cash nnd no commissions to pay. Apply
to J. Q. A. STANLEY, 28 Temple Block, up
ONE COTTAGE. 24x82—CON
taining6rooms, water,and sink in the
kitchen; newly painted; iv a line locality, and
healthy, gisid neighborhood. L0150x200, from
Sansevaln to the street back of it, there being
two fronts. Has a great number of bearing
orange, lemon, lime and other fruit troes
Price, *i,ooo. Inquire of C. A. STORKE, at
H Kit a LO office. ocTt f
A HOUSE AND LOT SITUATED
on Sansevalue street, a short distance
oust of the depot. The lot Is 200x100 feet, front
ing on two streets, with walnnt, orange, Fig,
Almond and Apricot trees, all bearing fruit.
There Is also Water for family use from tho
Water < 'ompnny's pipes, and also ditches for
Irrigating. Apply at La Esperunza Store, 108
Main street. nol2-lm
Stallion for Sale.
A FINE LARGE STALLION—
English Glory stock—weighs 1,400
pounds, is 17 bands high, ft,vears old, sound
and gentle, Is offered for sale cheap. Apply
at Campbell's stable, No. 17 Allso street.
For Sale Very Cheap.
T OTS, ROTH IMPROVED AND
A-A unimproved, In the business portion nnd
suburbs of the city. Apply to
oc.Hin M._WHALINfI, Attorney. _
MY ENTIRE STOCK OF GEN
ERAL MERCHANDISE will be sold
AT UKKATI.Y BKBI'4'EO I*BI4'EN,
ns I intend giving up business. All parties in
debted to the firm will please call and settle
their accounts forthwith. N. JACOBY.
Los Nletos, Nov. 5, 187 X w2
FARMERS 7 IT MS^ANTS
j» IV X
OK 1 LOK ANttKLKH.
JOHN G. DOWNEY Phehidknt
I. W. HELLMAN Cashimi
Exchange for sale on
Sou Francisco, New York,
Frankfort, FnrlM and
Receives Deposits ffld issues Its ccrtiflentes.
Buys und sells Ix>gal Tenders, Governnient,
State, t 'ounty nnd City Bonds. Will also pay
the highest price for Gold and Silver Bullion.'
From nnd after this date, on all moneys
left ns term deposits, interest will be allowed.
Eos Angeles, July I, 1871, oc2-liu
VII, WORKMAN. F. P. K. TEMPLE.
TEMPLE & WORKMAN,
TEMPLE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES.
Receive Deposits, issue their Certtflcutes and
GENERAL BANKING Bl NINES*.
DRAW ON THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK rtIMITED),
AT SAN FRANCISCO.
Exchtingp for sale on
New York, Hamburg,
London, Herlin ami
Ir*BriH, If rankibrt.
Legal Tenders, Bullion, Gold Dust nnd Gov
ernment, State, County and City Bonds Inaight
nnd Sold. Receive valuables for safe 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.
OB"Leave orders on the slate nt the office, in
Wells, Furgo & Co.'softiee, corner Main and
Market streets, or P. (). box 2Sii. nos-1 nils
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETO-
Iore existing under Ihe firm name of
DOTTER* LORD, General furniture Dealers,
was this day dissolved by mutual consent,
Isaac W\ Lord having sold bis interest to C.
1L Bradley. JOHN C. DtiTTER,
ISAAC \V. LORD.
Tie l nhove mentioned business, from this
dale (November Ist), Will he continued at the
old stand by HOTTER A BRADLEY, who as
sume the liahilit ies and collect the debts of
the old firm, and hope to merit a continuance
of the generous patronage hereh d'ore extended
to Dotier A- liord.
DOTTER ft BRADLEY.
Los Angeles, November Ist, IS7II. no7-f>m
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COM
MERCIAL, Los Angeles, California.
OPEN ut ALL HOURS.
ft*" The choicest delicacies of the Best Mar
kets always on the Bill of Kare. Elegant
DINNERS AND LUNCHES at a moment's
notice. JAS. IIUNROE c CO.,
A SATTER, PROPRIETOR.
• Basement, cor. Main and RequinaSts.
All the delicacies ofthe season. A NICE
COLO LUNCH at a minute's notice. Wines,
Ales, Porters, Liquors aud Champagnes, oi
the very choicest brands,
Caviar, Sardelleii. Swiss and Mmlmrger
A fine Billiard Table in the Hall. oe2-2p
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED.
All liiitda of
I lIOKOI GIII.V REPAIRED
AT THE FAIR BY M. C. BAK Eli,
general sewing machinist of twenty-two
years experience. no-IM-tf
LADIES, YOU CAN BUY FIRST
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
Just arrived direct from the East.
We arc determined to makP one GRAND
CLEARING SALE, and offer our large stock,
commencing the season, at 75 cents on the
Dollar, at No. 1 Spring street.
no2-lmls MRS. .1. E. SMALL.
EASTERN AND CALIFORNIA
OYSTERS— FItESH BY EVERY
steamer, will he served up In every style,
at. the orner or
COMMERCIAL AND LOS ANGELES STS.,
By '-JAKE" BAKU, (formerly with 11.
Doekweiler) und CHAS. WALDEN.
pa, GIVE THEM A CALL. ocll-lm
JOHN COLDS WORTHY,
JAEPUTY U. S. MINING AND
LAND SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
Room 0, Downey's Block, Los Angeles.
DUPUY * COS
CITY OMNIBUS LINE!
RUNS ON MAIN STREET FROM
THE PLAZA TO WASHINGTONJGAR*
DEN, EVERY HALF HOUR
wH V VOO r r it,
when DUPUY will carry you in his elegant
•bus, ut TWELVE FARES FOR A .DOLLAR*
Montana Meat Market.
The beet and tenderest incuts <~ „,».
in the market. None but the Yltljra
Primest Beef and Mutton.■■&»if
ever to be found. Note the address—Montana
Meat Market, Main street near First, L<M An
8. H ELL M AN.
NEW TEMPLE BLOCK, NO. 95
Main street and No. 8 spring street, next
lo the Postoffice, Ix>s Angele . Wholesale and
retail dealer hi
Books, Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco,
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Etc.
Agent for Whit*'* Patent Money Drawer.
Our Own Manufacture!
In tho City!
A Large Stock of fresh Crack
ers always on Hand.
On band nnd made lo order nt short notice.
Tastefully decorated CAKES of any design, at
reasonable prices. Also,
P.READ, PIES AND CAKES,
Fresh every day, ut the
Los Angeles Woolen Mill
SACRIBTE, ELLIOTT & CO
DEALERS IN WOOL, AND MAN
All Wool Cass I meres.
Tweeds, 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," coiner of Los Angeles
nnd Commercial Streets. oc2tf-2p
/CORNER MAIN & MARCHES-
V> SAULT STREETS.
FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES
EVERY DAY. Nat-CAKES of every sort or
kind made to order. < irders promptly attend
ed to. oclitmlpt
Cor. Los Angeles and Center Strepts,
ANAHEIM, ( AL,
JOHN FISCHER Proi'METOR.
OFFERS FIRST-OLA LSS AC
eommodntions to the traveling public.
All stages arrive at and depart from this
house. Terms moderate. nolt-tf
kHAH i I it MOT I L.
MAX N EBELUNG, Proprietor.
for travelers and visitors. Stages from
all parts of the country arrive mid depart
from this bouse.
Attached to the hotel arc
N. H. MITCHELL'S
Pioneer Livery, Sale and Feed Stables,
1 ENTER STREET, OPPOSITE
Vj Poplar Row, ANAHEIM.
The very best, accommodations for visitors
Orcntle Sa<l«lle Horses
constantly on hand, nnd furnished at shortest
DRY GOODS STORE,
Cor. Los Angeles and Commercial Sts.,
If KINSCH BLOCK.
HAVING RETURNED FROM
- Europe & the East with a large stock of
cr nil up oiotiiiiifir,
Roots nii«l Shoes,
Huts unci Caps,
J "ii i'iiiwliiii<>- («oo«ls,
or the Latest Styles anil 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,
MEN DEI. MEYER.
Mr. Meyer noMfles all persons Indebted to
him locaii and settle up immediately,or the
accounts will be placed 1 In the hands of an
attorney for col lection. nols
T. A. CAREY'S
9 Semi-Tropical 9
NURNJE It, T JES H.
Grafted. Budded and Seedling Orange,
Lemon, Mexican Lime. English
Walnut. Apple, Peach.
And Genuine Lnngueiloe Almond Trees
Call and examine my stock. Priced cata
logue sent free. Address Postoffice Box sttt.l,
Los Angeles, Cal. THOS. A. UAKEV.
Guitar and Singing.
JpROFESSOR M. S. AREVALO
has returned to this city, and will resume
Private Lessons and Lessons to Classes
Apply nt BRODRICK*S Book nnd Music
RATI MEN WITH TEAMS, TO
•J bring their wives and children to
Buy Goods at the Dollar Store,
Present prices being
33 to 100 per lent, leas Hum Elsewhere.
BUT Remember the place, No. 102 Main St.,
opposite the Court House. nos-lni2p
rpHE FORT STREET MARKET,
Fort Street, between Fourth and
Where can be found at all times, choice
Which will be Bold nt reasonable rules,
STRICTLY for CASH 1
MEATS DELIVERED Iv all pnrts ofthe
city, FREE OF CHARGE.
<>c3l-lm M. A. COBLER, Proprietor.
THE REST IN THE WORLD.
T. 13. SAIJJ^I)E»»,
Sole Proprietor for California and Oregon.
E. W. DOSS,
Sole Agent (or California.
IT SAVES THE LIMB FROM SPLITTING,
AND CUTS A CLEAN CU T.
S. H. SLAUCHT,
SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY!
BUYS AND SELLS REAL Es
tate In all sections ofthe Union. Han
large tracts lor sale in (southern Ualiitiinin.
Homes for Farmers,
Homes for Mechanics,
Homes for Business Men,
Of all kinds and nt all prices,
Special attention paid to the
EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES,
SHEEP AND OTHER STOCK.
A. PERPETUAL FAIR,
whore the best products of the country will bo
n-eely put on exhibition, to which all persons
nre 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 iheir
capital and energies with ours, to develop the
vast resources of our country, add to the
charms of i lie 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
All orders promptly attended to, aud lnfoi
mation given CHEAPLY and with dispatch.
We are fully convinced that (he time is nt
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 In 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 leave 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 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
und other Fruit Trees; Cattle, Horses and
other Stock: besides many other first-class or
chard and Farm Lends, Houses and bote, and
Ranches, improved and unimproved, from 2
to B,oooncres—some with fine dwellings ami
ull necessary out-buildings; and highly Im
proved land, ranging from *»> to $1 ,:«io 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 ull
interests entrusted to us wlU'receive prompt
attention - The following property on hand:
400 Acres of Good Farming Land, suitable
for Dairy' purposes or sheep range; ?G,OOO worth
of improvements in fences and buildings;
well watered and in every way desirable. Sit
uated one mile from Compton, nine miles
from Los Angeles. Price 312.000.
NO. 58. 84 acres unimproved, 1% miles from
court-house; a fine corner location on a main
street; good healthy location. This place will
bo sold altoaet her, or in lots of 5 or 10 acres,
tiood, choice land: easy of access by public
conveyance; line chance forcity homes. $8400.
NO. 50. 100 acres improved, near Snn Ga
briel Mission. House and other outbuildings;
well watered; good grain or fruit land. Very
NOS. SO, 51 and 52. 4and 5, and acre lots;
splendidly und pleasantly located; good soil
and water privileges; from $800 to ?2,500 each
NO. 85. 8 32-100 acres Improved hinds, wil..
good bouse of 5 rooms; miles Irom court
house, near omnibus line und good school.
Well watered. On It are planted 174 orange
trees, 4 and a years old, ln line condition, and
10 Sicily lemons, 0 years old;.V) bearing fruit
and nut trees, of splendid quality, and one
acre of altulfa. A desirable and cheap place.
NO. OH. 4'i 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 lo*. $1,800.
NO. 02. lOucres.weil Improved; good house
of 8 rooms; IU miles from court-house, on San
Pedro street. On it nre planted 150 limes, 4 and
5 years old, 100 lemons, 4 and 5 years old, urn
orange trees, 5 years old, 30 apples, f, pears, 25
peaches, 4 tigs, 1 Italian chestnut, & grape-vines
—all in good bearing. $5,750.
NO. 88. 18 acres well improved, 1W miles
from the court-house; good house, 44x40, In
cluding wings; two stories, contains H room ~
closets, bath and store-room, all hard ltn
ished. Three fine weeping willows grace the
yard; 24 bearing orange trees, loaded with
fruit ; 29 white walnut, 8X apple, IS pear, 4 tig, 4
apricot,7quince, 8 pomegranate, all In tine
bearing; 77 orange, 3 years old, 77 walnut,!
years old, In orchard; 100 walnut, 200 orange,
lemon ami lime trees in nursery; Also, vine
yard of 3,000 vines, and \% acres alfalfa. This
place Is near the terminus of the omnibus
line; a good location, healthy and pleasant;
for sale or to rent; a line property at a bargain.
New brick house nnd lot, 40 feet front by lot)
feet deep, on San Pedro street, 8 minutes' walk
from the post-office; good location. 92.400.
Fruit and Vineyard Ranch ot" 22 acres: wine
cellar, with casks and stock of wine; tools and
materials, With Ihe crop; comfortable house
aud other buildings. There is 200 per cent,
protlt on wine at the present price of grape.-.
Orange nnd lemon trees,oh well us other fruli>.
Six lots, 180 feet front on Muln street, and 180
on Spring street. We want money lo build
houses with. 85.500.
Two lots on Main street, 120x150; good loca
tion; cheap for cash, ai.ooo.
80 acres near the fair grounds, Just, outside
the city limits,in the vicinity of artesian wells
80 acres good land; valuable without Irriga
tion; artesian wells easily supplied, it*.loo.
A good location; house of 5 rooms; 8 large,
bearing orange trees, several nearly In bear
ing; lemons, limes and other fruits; 5 minute s
walk from the post-office. SI.OOO.
House and lot with 40 acres, to be divided to
suit the purchaser; with or without house or
improvements, In 5,7i$ or 10-uere lots near the
city limit*. $760, $937 or #1,500.
40 acres, with good bouse, to exchange fir
cattle or sheep.
About 1,200 acres of choice fruit land, and
tho best vineyard land ln tnis country, well
watered; water all rises on the pi nee, $12,000.
OflO acres, same as above; improved; :to miles
from Los Angeles. $80,000j
A tine, thrifty, bearing orange, lemon and
npple orchard; a city lot of 20 ncres, centrally
20 acres on Snn Pedro street, near Jefferson;
cultivated, and has 50 bearing fruit trees; lies
iv the city water limits. $2,000.
B,oooacies unimproved land, with water pri
vilege, al as per acre. Apply at this office, or
teG. D. Compton, at Compton.
12 acres of choice land, all In orchard nml
vines In full bearing, located In the central
part of the city. Extra good water privilege.
Hood house, burn, and all necessary out-bulld-
Ings. Pays well. iiiftOn.
House; 2 stories and 7 rooms, hard fln-___.
ished, and closets. Also, brick basement JK
s||b—3 rooms aud cellar; wine-closet and hail.
JETS acres of ground .nicely phoned with fruit,
shrubs, flowers, etc., good fence and outbuild
ings. Most splendid suburban location in the