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TUESDAY DEC, 23, 1873.
CITY AND SUBURBS.
Installation of toe officer* of Los Angeles
Chapter No. !M, It. A. M., for the StJbulrL year,
will take plaos on Titeiftfay, December arid, at
7% F, M. By order of the H. P.
W, H. A. KIDD, Secy.
Sojourning Companions cordially Invited.
Merry Christinas and Happy New
Year printed On Postal Cards. Fersnle nt
llurrls & Jacoby's Cash store.
At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store
Snn Bernardino Alfalfa Meed In 801b bugs, at
80c per lb. j
At Harris & Jacoby's Cash Store,
(Jentleiucn's fine silk Scarfs at 81 00 a piece,
A rush of people in town, yesterday.
Alfalfa seed is for sale at Poultry
Telegram in telegraph office lor J.
Martinez was sentenced to eight
years In the penitentiary, yesterday.
Governor Downey receives consid
erable support for the short term.
Several handsome buildings are ap
proaching completion in several parts
of the city.
PfeSeengerS tor Sun Francisco by the
Orizaba will take the regular train at
10 a. M. to-day.
One hundred and twenty-three
shares of street railway stock have
subscribed for up to this date.
There are letters at Temple & Work
man's Bank, for James Doherty, An
drew Hyde and Charles D. Hathaway.
The installation of the newly electetl
officers of Los Angeles Chapter, of
Royal Arch Masons, will take place at
the Masonic Hall this evening.
Diipuy has withdrwnhis omnibusses
from Main street, because he has not
met with sufficient encouragement to
keep them running.
Nine car loads of freight were re
ceived at the depot yesterdy, and eight
sent to Wilmington for shipment to
San Francisco by the Orizaba.
Colonel Kewen shipped yesterday
some of the largest, ripest, and ttnest
oranges wtj have seen. They came
from Ins tine orchard at the Mission.
The following teams were loaded at
the depot on the 22d, 1 for San Ber
nardino, toT. & B.; 1 do. M. & Co. 1
do assorted; 3 to Cerro Gordo, W. B.
The Wilmingtonites are going to
celebrate Christmas eve by a grand
ball, to be held at the Exchange Hotel.
We give them our best wishes for its
The "Wilmington correspondent of
the Express devotes a quarter of a col
umn to the Herald, and finally says
Banning & Co. are putting in over 800
acres of barley.
The Clarendon, not to be behind
anybody else, will have a Christmas
tree. We saw a magnificentevergreen
standing in the office last evening,
which will be loaded with gifts.
The public school at Wilmington
closed on Friday last for Christmas
holidays. It will be reopened on Jan
uary 12th by the same teacher as be
fore, Mrs. Henderson.
M. Morris has a very beautiful place,
well watered and covered with oran
ges, lemons, limes and semi-tropical
fruits, winch he will sell. .We were
there Sunday, and came away with a
bunch of twenty oranges.
Will the gas company take notice
that gas Is now .$4.50 per thousand in
Oakland. As they have held Oakland
up to as an example of prices, perhaps
they will now be willing to reduce
from $7.50 to $4.50.
Gen. Beale is in town looking up the
Shoo Fly Bailroad. Good, let us have
a railroad to Shoo Fly, which will
bring ship and car together. Then let
our Wilmington friends bring them
together at some available point below
Wilmington, and the harbor will grad
ually work back to (hem.
Cheap lumber is one of the necessi
ties of the day. Without it improve
ments are retarded and the building
up of the city delayed. With a narrow
gauge road to Santa Monica,and a good
wharf, lumber that we now pay $40
per thousand for, can be sold at a profit
• for $25.
Now that Christmas time is coming,
you are looking around for some pres
ents for your friends. Brodrick can
help you out, very much. He has an
excellent supply of choice hooks, of
solid and light character, the English
classics, the poets, aud the standard
novels. He has beautiful gifts of other
In yesterday's eastern mail, we re
ceived no less than six letters from
the Atlantic States asking for speci
men copies of the Weekly Hebald.
All these parties contemplate emigra
ting to California, and write for
the Herald as the best source of in
formation, concerning our climate and
B. F. Staudefer, of Spadra, a good
friend of tile Herald, and a success
ful bee raiser, has placed on our table
a very beautiful specimen of his honey.
He thinks bee culture one of the most
profitable industries of Los Angeles
county, and as his opinion has been
formed after actual experience, it is
New Year's eve there will be a tree
in the Tumverein Hall, and a ball,
tiven by the Tumverein German ia.
lach lady will receive a gift accord
ing to ths number drawn. The supper
will be prepared by J. Moore, of the
San Francisco restaurant. Every
thing undertaken by this association
is successful, and there is no doubt but
they will be conducted with their
Stags Arrivals and Dsparturei—Dec. 22.
Arrivals—Miss Mary Shoup, S Folks,
S Jackson, Mrs Devalt, Mr Richards,
Departures—J Pearson, J W Felt,
Mr Morrison, Miss Fisk, B F Clement,
8 C Wilson, William McDonald, Tom
Oakey. • •
Arrivals—Charles Sweitzer,two Chi
Departures—P N Roth, A Sevin, Mr
Sharp, R Walker, Mr Ferguson.
Arrivals—L A King.
Departures—Miss M J Freeman, E
Green, F Grinnell, Mr Lajsurd.
The Buttle Mountain Measure /or
Mramire, reports that conductor J. K.
Hopkins, on the Central Pacific Rail
road, one day last week killed fourteen
rabbits with a six-shooter in forty
minutes, while his train was lying at
The Ki'penl of the Bnukriiwt Act.
Washington, Dec. 21.
A majority of tho United States
Senate are opposed to the total repeal
of the Bankrupt Act, but favor amend
ments which shall make tho law more
effective and not so oppressive.
Estimate* for Seventy-four.
The heads of departments will com
mence the work next week of revising
the estimates of government expend
itures for the tlscal year. Estimates
for work on fortifications, improve
ments, rivers, harbors, etc., will be
extensively cut down.
Crook not Continued. Because no va
There is an unexpected delay in the
confirmrtiou of General Crook. The
law of 1866 provides for ten Brigadier
Generals and staff officers, with same
rank. The law of 1870 restricts the
appointments to that rank until tho
number is reduced below six. It is
contended that this restriction in
cludes staff officers, and that no va
cancy exists. The Secretary of War
and General Sherman favor Crook's
appointment. Delegate McCormick,
Major Hooper and other Arizonans
here, are working hard for Crook.
The Sprajrue Creditors Secured The
.Mills soon Running.
Providence, Dec. 21.
The Sprague Manufacturing Com
pany have secured the creditors, and
the mills will be .'run again on full
The Virginlus" coining to New York.
New York, Dec. 22.
A Key West dispatch states that
the Colorado and Powhattan, the lat
ter with the monitor Manhattan in
tow, arrived there on the 21st. The
Colorado reports passing early the day
before the Ossippee with the Virginlus
in tow, the latter having steam on.
A stntne In Central Park to Kosciusko.
Polish exiles propose to erect a
statue to Kosciusko in Central Park.
Beeeher and tbe C'ong-rejratlonnllsts.
A Committee of the Church of Pil
grims and of Clinton Avenue Church,
of Brooklyn, have addressed a letter to
Henry Ward Beeeher and the mem
bers of Plymouth Church, declaring
that denominational alliance with that
church will be suspended, should they
affirm the previous proclamation of
the right of Plymouth Church to judge
in every case, what fellowship, advice
or assistance may, according to the
laws of the church, properly be offered
by or received from, other churches.
Loss or The America.
A London dispatch says the ship
America, from Barrow for New York,
foundered off the Banks of Newfound
land. The captain and three men
were drowned; the remainder ofthe
crew took to the boats, and after being ,
out six days were picked up and land
ed at Dartmouth Dec. 20th.
Oenet gives bis Ball.
Harry Gent, lately convicted as a
member of the ring, was last night
permitted to see his wife by the depu
ty sheriff in charge of him. He has
not been seen since. He was to be
sentenced to-day, in tho court of
Oyer and Terminer. To-day Judge
Daniels characterized the escape as a
case of gross negligence on the part of
the deputy, but said that until it was
ascertained that steps for his rearrest
were unsuccessful no action was to be
taken in the matter. The counsel said
they would proceed to perfect their
bill of exceptions.
Suit for Legal Services Agalust Jay
Suit has been commenced by Martin
& Smith, to recover from Jay Gould,
over $70,000 for services rendered him
in his settlement with the Erie Rail
Beward for Harry Uenet.
Sheriff Brennan offers a reward of
$5,000 for the recapture of Harry Genet,
who escaped from his deputy last
Murder of Michael Ryaa.
The cry of murder was heard issu
ing from a Aye story tenement No. 204
Become street, early this morniug,
and on the police entering they found •
on the second landing, the body of Mi
chael Ryan, with his throat cut. The
police then went into the room occu
pied by the deceased and found Judy
Ryan, his sister, with her throat cut
also, It was thought at first that Ryan
had killed his sister and then himself,
but investigation showed that his
pockets were rifled, a bank book was
missing and a watch and chainwrench*
cd from his vest, which article of
clothing was found on the roof.
Strike of Bock Laborers In Phila
Philadelphia, Dec. 22.
The dock laborers struck to-day, re
sisting a reduction of wages from 60
to 20 cents an hour. The steamsnip
companies are paying 30 cents to se
cure the unloading of their vessels,
which arrived on Saturday. Another
company lias obtained all the laborers
needed at 20 cents an hour. The stri
kers threaten to force the latter to stop
Npaln again to Demand the Vlginlua.
New York, Pec. 21.
Tbe Herald dispatch from Madrid
says that Rpain will demand tho res
toration of the Virglnius. The (fe
rn and was delivered last Friday.
The Assault or Cartagena.
London, Dec 22.
It is stated that a force of 4,000 be
ad gers will assault Cartagena next
Ferry Boat Cnpslsed on the Thamen.
A ferry boat was capsized on the
Thames to-day, 18 persons were
Em pel or William luian . Apo„»lecti« fit.
Bekijn, Dec. 21.
The Emperor William has had a
slight attack of apoplexy; efforts are
made to conceal his real condition.
Tbe Awhßiitce War.
Tbe English expedition to Ashantee
has come to a stand still awaiting re
Blot nt Mntainorns.
Matamokas, Dec. 21.
A riot occurred here to-day between
partisans of Juan Cauales and General
Cortinas, rival candidates for Mayor,
Eight of Cortinas' men were badly
wounded. The Federal troops hold the
Trouble In liny U.
Kingston, Jamaica, Dec. 22.
President Snget, of Hayti will not
resign the office unless General Domi
nique is declared his successor. A por
tion of the House of Representatives
say he shall not be President. Trouble
in consequence is anticipated.
A company is forming here and in
London, for the extension of railroads
Yellow Fever nt Port Boynl.
The yellow fever has broken out at
Port Royal among Europeans, and the
disease has also made its appearance
among white troops.
A Murderer Hanged.
Lindsay, Cahada, Dec. Dec. 32.
David Nesbit was hanged this morn
ing for shooting Miss Hopewood on
the 12tn of last July.
Pacific Coast Telegrams.
Increase of Police Force Architects
appointed — Supervisors have no
authority to allow Sheriff Adams'
claim Moore convicted.
Sax Francisco, Dec. 22.
The Board of Supervisors to-night
authorized the Police Commissioners
to increase the police force fifty men
after the first of January. They also
authorized the appointment of two
competent architects to estimate the
cost of completing the new City Hall.
Each to be paid $1,000. The Indus
trial Committee has granted leave of
absence for two months to Hannah
Curtin, for whose seduction young
JobttSOQ was shot several months
since by her father.
The City and County Attorney has
given his opinion that the Hoard of
Supervisors is not authorized to allow
the claim for forty-four hundred dol
lars by ex-Sheriif Adams as mileage
for taking insane persons to Stockton.
Philip Moore, the ardent lover who
sought to coerce Miss Healy into mar
rying him by threatening to kill her,
was convicted to-day of threats against
her life and assault and battery.
Small Pox nnd Scarlatina.
San Fkancisco, Dec. 22.
Henry Miller, a prisoner in the city
prison, was found to be sick with small
pox, yesterday, and was sent to the
pest house. The disease is increasing
here, and there is no abatement of
scarlatina in the city.
On Christmas day D. Daniels and
Nell Flaherty will run a dash ofamile
and a half at Ocean View Park for a
purse of $2,000.
New York Consolidated, 4; Occident
al, 3J; American Flat, CJ; Tyler, 1J;
Central No. 2, 45; Union Consolidated,
10; Sutro, 4jj; Lorerman, H; Sarmount,
34; Woodville, 2J, Silver Cloud, 21.
Trial of Lee and Liudsey.
The trial of Lee and Lindsey for aid
ing the forgers Brotherton Brothers to
escape from the county jail still pend
ing in the Municipal Court.
Kit in Pall
For the season to this evening, 9 40-100
New Line lo Australia.
Tli» McGregor, the first steamer on
the new Australian line, is due here
the last of next month.
The Agassis Memorial Sleeting
At the Mercantile Library Hall, this
evening, is well attended. It is held
under the auspices of the Academy of
No Choice for Short Term Senator.
San Francisco, Dec. 22.
There was no choice for Senator for
the short term to-day in Joint Con
vention, the vote standing Hager, 42;
McM. Shafter, 20; Cole, 10; Haight,
10; Downey, 5; Belcher, (1; Haymond,
7; Lewis, 3. Scattering, 4. «
A dispatch from Haight has been
received and read, positively declining
The Senate adopt the Coolie Immigra
tion Protest — Adjournment until
The Senate adopted a joint resolution
asking Congress to stop the Coolie
immigration. Both houses will prob-]
ably adjourn to-morrow till January
Sailing ol lhe "Orisaba" — Way Pas
San Dikoo, Dec. 22.
Passengers per Orizaba sailed at P
a. m. for San Francisco and way ports.
Mrs. A. E. Lord, A. Miller and wife,
Miss Manuela Rodriguez, J. J. Green,
J. A. Allamens, Mary Strickland, J.
Donahue it wife. Twenty-five through
and ten steerage. Forty-five for way
The P. M. H. 8. Co.'s steamer Ari
zona arrived at noon to-day, en route
from Ban Francisco to Panama, with
48 passengers for this port. Hhe sailed
at 4 p. at. to-day, taking 190 tons of
freight to New York and Boston.
Sinye Overturned One Man Killed
and Another Bnilly Injured In
sane Woman Kills lu»r Child Co
lumbia River Free ol lee.
PORTLAND) Dec. 22.
The opposition stage M as overturned
by a runaway team on Saturday night.
Mr. Jamison of Taooma was killed;
the driver was not expected to live.
The other passengers were not hurt.
Mrs. Furley, who lives in the southern
portion of the city, in a fit of insanity
killed her young babe three months
old, aud then put it in the stove and
burned it to a crisp. She is raving
crazy, and was taken to the Asylum.
The river fs reported clear of ice be
low St. Helens. The steamer Naviga
tor arrived yesterday, coming up
through tne slough. The river steam
ers are now running between here and
Jackson rmiolier. Shot Canal Pro
gressing Rejoicing; over Booth's
Jackson, Cal. 22.
An attempt to assassinate a rancher
named Darker who lives near Vol
cano was made early this morning,
while lying in bed he. received a
shot, the ball entering his head near
the left ear. His condition is critical,
hardly any hopes are entertained for
his recovery. The perpetrator is un
known and no reason can be assigned
for the act. Harker is described as
being a very quiet and peaceable
The canal is progressing nicely con
sidering the obstacles to be contended
with in the shape of snow and hard
weather. Three or four miles are re
ported as being done.
The election of Booth for Senator is
being celebrated here.
The weather is clear and pleasant
Man Murdered John My ret t Arrest
ed for the Crime.
Elko, Dec. 22.
Jtuiii"' Morgan, ■ laborer, was mur
dered in his room, Henley's Block, last
night, !iis assassin shot him through
a crack In the door, the ball entered
the right breast, ranged downward
and passed through the abdomen,
coming out ofthe back. The Coro
ner's Jury brought in averdict of death
caused by the hand of an unknown
party. A man named John Myrett
has been arrested for the murder.
Death in Hie Mill Teamster Hurt.
Gold HILL, Nev., Dec. 22.
Thomas J. Bawling, carpenter, was
injured by being caught in the ma
chinery at the Rhode Island mill, a
few days since, and died last evening.
This morning, Reuben Metcalf, a
teamster, was badly hurt.
Shoot In;; mrair-Sympathy lor Law
rence aud Whitney — Heavy snows
In the mountains — Traius of V. V-
A C. I*. It. B. ou time.
Salt Lake, Dec. 22.
Half crazed by. domestic troubles,
Brant, at Ophir, last night fired three
shots, each fatal, at John Bennett, then
stabbed him. Brant is In custody.
Much public sympathy is felt here
for Joab Lawrence and Whitney, ar
rested on a charge of swindling in re
gard to the Eureka Mine. The use of
Irons on Whitney is denounced as a
gross outrage by the press. The idea
of salting the Eureka is ridiculed by
Heavy snows on the mountains and
hard work for teams.
Trains on the Union Pacific however
are still making regular connections.
It has been snowing in Ogtleu for a
week past, , .
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Man Francisco Hoard or Brokers.
Oplilr 158 Knickerbocker 7%
Gould & Curry H AA U M
Best* Belcher 2!i% Ulobe 2%
Savage 8S Bulttmo c Nt
Chollnr BS Bacon *>,
Hale* NorcroH »7 Bullion 10
Crown Point iW!<, Utah 10%
Yellow Jacket., ...M Central 80
Imperial Silver Hill 14
Km pi re 5% Eclipse 7
Kentuck 1»' 4 Hock Island 2%
Alpha t)2 Challenge 6
Belcher 108 Dayton m
Confidence 14 Dnrdells 14
Con Virginia 79 S V Con 4
Sierra Nevada 27% senator 64%
Daney American Plat ti'/«
Exchequer.. 40 Occidental 8%
seg Uclcher 115 Central Na 1 42
Overman 80 Union IB
Justice lU<4 Sutro 4%
Buckeye I%> south Overman 1%
Julia «% Falnnount 3%
Culedonia H7 M Valley 13
Raymond & Ely... 47 | Wood vl lie 2%
Valley 18% Chariot 20
Kit Ely 48 Mahogany 4
Eureka Con »% So Chart 11%
I'ioclie 8% Red Jacket 2
\V & c 4% Empire ...4
p_ p 3 El Dorado, 5%
King 4% Hayes M
H. II Watson 5%
South Peak 1% El Dorado, N 5
Belmont 24 N. Belcher i%
Newark 2% Josephine 2
Monitor Bel « Eureka, O V 18
Patch 10 St Patrick 7%
X X Cou 8% C Hill ly.
Independent 2% Nevada 2
San Francisco Markets—By Telegraph.
San Francisco, Dec. 22.
CLOUS— The locul trade ls supplied nt SO 75
lIAKLEY — Coust feed $1 Xtffll BTJ4i Uy
browing $1 Uo(usl 0.5.
DATs— at $1 OOySl 80.
POTATO EH—Hum bo id ts $1 i;' a , choice l'et
aluma HOcosi, sweet <3.
ON lONS—quotable at SI tt2>i.a» 1 70.
Following Is a Hit of exports received at the
depot, awaiting shipment December 22:
051 bars bullion; 2 sacks scrap bullion; 200
boxes oranges; SO boxes lemons; 04sacks corn
meal; 1 balu corks: A pipes liquor; I ca*k
wine; 3 bbls wine; 1 bbl liquor; 1 keg brundy;
21 sucks beans; 3 pkgs sugarcane.
San Fkahcisco, Doc. 22.
GOLD -$1 lOJfe
GkkknuaokS—During, 90c; soiling, Hi.
Uncalled for Telegram*.
There are dispatches In the Teleg.-aph Office
for Wm. McDonald und Laurnes.
District Court—Wiiinky, J.
Monday, Dec. 22.
Dubordteu vs. Butler— Bill oj exceptions
tiled, and motion lor new trial submitted
People VI, Jose .Martinez I "// i. conviction
of manslaughter, sentenced to eight veurs in
the State Prison.
People vs. John FaTrell Nolle prosequi
entered by the District Attorney, und ease
Moore vs. Mntfleld -On trial.
Monday, December 22.
People vs. Felipe Yharru—On application of
District Attorney the MM was dismissed.
People vs. John Goldsmith Continued for
John Morrison vs. N. Jacoby—Parties have
till the 27th to tile briefs.
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l*or*t effJSMn l*eclro.
Seh'r J. Witglnnnn, Jr., Captain Hung
street, for San Francisco with full cargo of
LJat of letters remaining In the Lot Angeles
J'ostolllee Monday, December 22, IK7X To ob
tnln these letters say " Advertised." All let
ters not culled for In 30 days will be returned
to the Deud Letter Office:
I.AIM US' UW,
Allyn, Fannie 0 Clany, Miss Mary,
Duncun, Mrs H C, Eddy, Mrs
Edwards, Mrs Catrlna,Garcla, Magdalena,
Gilmore, Mrs 0 M, Groetc, Mrs Emma,
Hilton, Mrs Lola 11, Harvey, Miss Alice,
Henderson, Mrs And'w care Mrs Harmon
Humboldt, Mmc, McLean, Mrs Lousla
Morris, Mrs G Ferry, MlssHoledad
Peneton, Mmc EmellaFierce, Mrs A
Rickey, Miss Mary Robbing, Mrs Murg't
Splker, Miss Utile stvpe, Miss Lizzie
Smith, MrsSC Schlabltz, Mrs C
Thompson, Miss MaudHmltli, Miss Emma A
Archer, Jefferson Ames, John G
Barrove, Loreto Brady, Frank
Btihmeyer, Lew Basques, A
Berthon, Eugene Bernard, J for A Pen.
Berkett, J sonier
Bruce, Marshall D Brand, Wm
italdix, Narlzo Berual, Juan
Campbell & Galvln Carpenter, Fred
Cage, Edward Oarlislj, Sam B
Conrad, Mechael Eemeraf, Meury
Day, Frank R liobson, Robt
Davidson, R 0 Dancals, Henry
Devere, James for M Eltzrotti, David E
Moody Fredricks, A E
Franklin, Samuel or Franklin, Marshall
Fleming Freres, Vitel
Parse worth, 0 n Goin, T A
Garcia, Jose Harwood, D M
Healy.ChasT Hell, John
Hill Thomas Howard, Aggie
Hubbard, Walter G JonOi, Chus P
Kolsky, Adolpli Lawson, John P
Lopaz, Man B Letts, M E
Lyons, Thos McCermott, W A
Merrill, S W McEvoy, Joseph
McCall, John McLean, Edw
Marshall, Col L H Melundres, Juan
Mayer, Wm Ortega, Juan
Preue s, Jcnctta Pfeifcnberger, Louis
Pickett, R H Proctor, A A
Palm, Wm Pray, Paula Romeo
Prince, Fred C Poyerena, Edw
Prize, Adolphus Homo, Jesus
Homo, Antonio Rawlins, John
Rice, H Rolen, Jullun
Relies, Andres Rayhaut.E
Raynor, P A Stevens, W S
Kepeitc, A smith, Robert
Boloreuo, Gregorlo Smith, Dr Jus A
Slach.Wm Turner, AG
Santong, Joseph Tomaslno, Antonio
Thompson, O D Wadsworth, Wm
Vlllanovo, Sose 0 Wolf/, John
Valansula, Alvina Zoblien, Geo'ge
H. K. W. BENT, P. M.
DAY A.lVl> NIGHT,
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* Special Notices.
Fisher & Co. have a very fine stock
of Gold Spectacles. What is a nicer ami more
appropriate Holiday Present for an aged per
Another fine lot of Jewelry, Watch
es, Diamonds, and Clocks, Just received at
Fisher & Co..'s. *
Of Special Interest to Farmers.
At the Esperanza Store, No. 108
Main street, will be found the largest and
choicest stock of Merchandise, Groceries,
Liquors, Cigars, etc., In Southern California.
It ls well known that at this store you eun
buy all goods in their line nt from live to ten
percent, cheaper than nt any other store lv
lx)s Angeles; also that the highest price ls
paid for all kinds of country produce. All
goods delivered to any part of the city free of
Wonderful. Isn't It?
The amount of goods one can got for SI 00 at
lb* Dollar Htoro Is really astonishing; and
Dunsmoor Brothers deem it a pleasure to show
their beautiful stock of Holiday Goods to all
who may choose to call. Parties buying pres
ents for Sabbath Schools or Christmas trees
will find it to their advantage to call on Duns
moor Bros, before making a selection. "
Look at This!
The only place in the city to get
choice Engravings, Chromos, Oil Paintings,
etc, Is at M. V. Ponet's, 66 Main street, where
you can buy them cheap for cash, or pay In
weekly Installments of from 25 cents to |I, ac
cording to the amount purchased.
KIT All men ought to know that all kinds of
gentlemen's Clothing will be made with neat
ness and dispatch by a regular tailor. Tho
finest Imported and Domestic Cloths always
on band at D. W. Fitzpatrlck's, corner of
Court and Hprtng streets. #
BT9_ The tide of Immigration is steadily set
ting In, and the first thing eastern people do
Is to throw away their New York Hats and buy
a new one of Desmond. They say thero Is no
comparison between tho two. o
The Emerson, Weber ami dicker
ing pianos for sale on the Instalment plan.
J. D. PATRICK, Traveling Agent, Leave or
ders at Hellman's Book Store. nov22ml*
B(o~ J. Colin keeps One Havana and Domes
tic Cigars. No. 61 Main street, Downey,s Block,
Thompson A Gerson's saloon.
Every style of Painting und Glaxlng
done In the highest sty 1 c of art, and at reason
able rates, by C. Raphael & Co.
WANTS LOST FOUND.
[Wants published at the rate of <jv; cents per
line for each Insertion, or 10 cents per line for
three Insertions. No advertisement under
this head tuken for less than 26 cents.]
rpo KENT—Two or three Furnished
1 Rooms in suits or single, with board,
fire, and home comforts. Apply to
X H. HLAUGHT,
Beal Estate Agent, Main street.
WANTED— A pair of horses, wagon
und plow for service on a ranch. Ad
dross'E, W. R. this office. deeSO-St
BOARDING— Ilftos with Board at'
v good private house.
Apply at the HkraluolVice. tf
A GENTLEMAN LATELY FROM
the east ls desirous of muklng au ar
rangement with some oue In or near the city,
engaged lnthe cultivation of semi-tropical and
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BUYS AND SELLS REAL Es
tate on commission. Haa laces tract* foi
sale In .Southern California.
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To the Exhibition of Ores,
and general Information exchanged In regard
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All orders promptly attended to.
We have on sale a large list of first-class or
chard and Farm Lands, Houses and Lota, and
Ranches, improved and unimproved, from 1
to 8,000 acres, ranging from 96 to f 1 300 per acre,
not advertised In the following list:
20 acres on Washington street at elty lim
its, west side; good location; right to plenty of
100 acres good grain land to rent for one
Crop; very cheap.
m NO. 136.
Two tiouses and lots In central part of the
city; * 1,500 and $2,300, or the two for $2,000
400 Acres of Good Farming Land, suitable
for Dairy purposes or sheep range; (0,000 worth
of Improvements in fences and buildings;
well watered and In every way desirable. Sit
uated one mile from Compton, nine mile*
from Los Angeles. Price $12,000.
15 acres unimproved, 1% miles from court
house; a fine corner location on a main street.
Good, land: easy of access by public convey
ance; fine chance for city home.
NOS. 50. 51 ANim
4. 5 nud &H acre lots; pleasantly located;
good soli and water privileges; from $*J0 up
000 acres unimproved land, one mils from
town, on railroad; near church and school; In
a good neighborhood.
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 la 200 per cent,
profit on wine at the present price of grapes.
Orange aad lemon trees,** well as other fruit*.
8 lots, 180 feet front on Main street, and 180
on Spring street. We wont, money to build
houses with. #3,300.
00 acres near the fair grounds, Just outside
the city llm ts. ln the vicinity of artesian well*
80 acres good land; valuable without irriga
tion; artesian wells easily supplied. 9)9,400.
House and lot with 40 acre*, to be divided to
suit the purchaser; with or without house or
Improvements, in 5,7% or 10-acre lots near the
city limits. $750, S9J7 or 41,500.
About 1,200 acres of choice fruit land, and
the best vineyard land in tuts country, well
watered; water all rises on the place, $12,000.
' NO. IM.
600 acres, same as above; improved; 30 mile*
from Los Angeles. $30,000.
20 acres on San Pedro street, near Jeffferson;
cultivated, and has 50 bearing fruit trees; lies
lv the city water limits. $2,000.
8,000 acres unimproved land, with water pri
vilege, at tt) per acre. Apply at this office, or
te G. D. Compton, at Compton.
.12 acres of choice land, all In orchard and
vines In full bearing, located In the central
Siirt of the city. Extra good water privilege,
ood bouse, barn, and all necessary out-build
ings. Pays well. $12,000.
8 32-100 acre* improved lands, witi. good
house of five rooms; 1% mile* trom court
bouse, near omnibus line and good school.
Well watered. On It are planted 174 orange
trees, 4 and 5 years old, in line condition, and
10 Sicily lemons, 6 years old; 60 bearing fruit
and nut trees, of splendid quality, and one
acre of alialfa. A desirable and cheap place.
4K acres splendid land, one and a half mile*
from the court-house, adjoining the above. I*
planted with walnut, orange and lemon trees.
Can be purchased at a bargain for cash. A de
sirable city lo>. $1,800. t „
120 acres at $16. N<X
House and lot, $1,200.
NOl 101. I
House and lot, $1,000.
Bee ranch, Improved; 100 acres; $600.
12,000 acres unimproved; 8,000 do; farming
land; $1 80 per acre.
11 acres orange trees on Washington street:
97 acres unimproved; $80 per acre.
100 acres at Florence; $30 per acre
2,800 acres at Compton! $16.
12 to 1,500 acres at $12 pee acre.
3,000 acres at Compton; $25 per acre.
6 aces orange, lemon and lima trees, in the
city, for $2,500.
20acres Improved, with house, rencra, alfal
fa, etc; $1,000.
106 acres,fruit, grating and farming load;
best In the country for semi-tropical fruits;
water free and la abundance; greatly im
proved ; $7,000.
House and lot, 00x120, on Main street: Saw*
residence; modern built noose; #$,019; cheap.
Building Lota lOtalH feet, for $40 each.
Three sections of land near Riverside, at
$2V a per acre,
40 acres improved: 1,000 choice varieties of
grupes;26wafnuU:47sorangetree4; $0 appis;
good house; splendid land; $4,000.
A good business lot, about 35 feet front, o 1
Main street; $3,000.
. 65 acres on Jefferson street In the city; $200
3 2-5 acres highly Improved, in the central
part ofthe city; good houae of 7 rooms: about
250 orange trees; 1,000 choice grope*; all kind*
of choice fruit In abundance, hearing No
cost for water; $6,500.
100 acres good grain land, well watered, te
rent for one crop. West end of the city; cheap.
100 shares Central Land Company of Oak
land, for sale or exchange; $2,500.
Two lota, centrally located, for $126 each.
One lot on Spring street, near Fifth, $780.
House containing 4 rooms and lot 100x166
NO. 100. _
One and oka-hall lots on the kill for fJOO..
Nino lots, or over 4 acres, in the suburbs of
San BTanclaoo; JUOO. . / « ~. s» ,
Forty acres Improved, house and buildings,
teams, tools, crop, good fences, well watered,
at Compton; $3,000.
A full set of artesian well tool*, two augers
and coupling for 500 feet (
NO. 60. v
20 acres Lof land, on Alameda street, very
cheap ■/dr cash/* "in ■*» "i » " ■* ** "
A valuable silver mine for tale very cheap.
100 acres oak timber land, on railroad, at
$40 per acre.
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ear Buyers are at no expense whatever when
ttiepurc rinse moa *V Is paid **JJ H^J| l^J, ofl | ot
will be held Mw^^&»^*tolMlont.
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73 Main street, Downey Block,