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War Depurtment Signal Service,
Division nf THeKrr.mil MMI Hopopt for the
benefit of O.mmerre mid Agriculture Ite
Wirt nl rtbaervallooi taken at Angeles,
California, October?, IWM:
Board of Supervisors.
Tl'nanAt, flelolrer 7th
Hoard met pur.iianl tv adjournment Pres
ent, full Hoard and Ihe Clerk
I he Clerk Is liereby directed to re silver-
Use Ihe Han lllnta. and c.mplou .chool
bond, lor sale mi Monday. November 3d al
10 a «
Usui, I7l»«l lv bonds for tho Han Pairual
Issue |.««ii in l.i.nd. for thr Hanta Anlla
act I district
lle.l(li«H,ui of John H II Hay a. lu.tlce
i, l the Peace lot s ,i,„i,,,i lawoallTp l- horeby
iii-ißiintimi ..I ii Raoney, lottloa the
Peace fur Hmi Aliloulu t.iwn.ltl|i I- hereby
lv petltloo of eillaaaa,aakln a la bare side
walk nil lemplo street, un liurlh s|.|,. tin
II II "I Hup.., . | Irom, pellthlll lend
and pi I mi hu
Pellllon Irom cltlgen. nf t'astnen canon In
relation In ntMAtlietlmi. mi lhe r I Ite
In petition 1,,r Aru-n I FI Monte r,,n,|
llirnllrh Ull' I, II Peek pl,„ c llelelle,l In
Hupet , t vi Itelehnrd.
l' i.nil,lllll, ~1u.,1 ~! c unrulier ,1 I' Uniiti
read nnd pi, I ~tt hi I . I. is ln-tt,i. led
n, cnmpl) eltli Heell.iii :bu,7. stnlule Iss.i
111 the i.-purl nl Hlslrict Allorney 111 tela
lloil tn Hill Hnhrlel W „le, I I. nod cm
in i i I bill- mi nt,,11,,n nl
Niipcril-.ir u1.,.,,!. ihe in- i Attorney l<
herehv i ~,-t, ,1 In -Im.i lhe nee.— iry
iir.llnnitce lo pul Inn, oIM-ratloll, the law to
ilestrny gophers, -iinlrrels and noxlotu In
In petition ul clllseiis,,( La imlluna Itnad
Dlstrli'l the enmiiill I" WbOH Ibis
mallei o iferred, Messrs ninnix and
Will.linn, me herehv granted further tlmo lo
/nT'idiil I lite lllstrlcl Attorney on Hie
Sail Hnhrlel Muter Hl-lrle lll'dlnn of
Hiipervl.or Belohard, iii iii rdauara wiih
II plttl I Hlslrict Allorney While,
any aciluu taken by nil. n i would mv
he 11,, ,1 I he prsyel nf the pellllou la there
In pcilllnti ~f II F House, asking Hull
tan lelill I ("I prnperty huilglll al
tag sales, in ,tl I Supervisor (lining,
the prs>er ~f the pelltlnti la hereby denied.
ii, li ' nc - wllh Hie i,pin! f the Hla
trlit Ml nicy.
Communication ol A F. sepulveda.
('utility Auilllur, 111 relation to Inx levy,
r I and ordered nn (lie.
hill- nn I mid allowed, s. per 511,,w
Adjniirned until 10 a. M tomorrow.
naftMMOl lUfclr« .tli'tnn U very popU
lllftf 111 AlltU'll-H. WIMTC HllC H|l|M>><rt'i| Hit
urn lolly iii in* TVu lalantad mnm
i bti aUandaol u-oupa win nrrivi in Lm
iJHMM I" Borrow, Ud MMMM Tlmr y,
I 1 Xl iv I < il.H.l.i* p,. iiiml Batlldaj
inntl , 111 till-llimiil U|.it-i Miiim.'. 11l 11l ll
nilrufllvi- oomeqy "All ill Hi-H," 111 wlili'li
■ha hu achieved mohireal mc M 1...
hid,' r i.ii.i.m. »1„..,- I Ih imtiii- l« Kri-K
mmi, i'ihihi. nl k„„,I nlil KimlWli -1,.1'k, ~n,l
n m In Urn kliu-hiin.li I r,\ Uiiulmiil. ,m
tin'ikliilii ~( I I r.irrlUKUMi, mi liilliiinl,>
111 I ul IllT IHlllfl \\ 111-Tl i|,lllli Milllll'. III.'
family remmi..l In I lull where Mil.
<Mnllelmi enlillille.l an enrly imrl Inlll y (~r
111,' .Mill' IH I'll'lllif) III.' ll.'l'.l'lt Willi HUM
ti'iir tnaatrlgtli whenever ili,> ~|,|„irtiinlt>
lirc.inli',l hlllil- way <he nniulri'il ir
celelnlly ns ,i i„h,i ,1 vneilUl l,iif,,ri.
limklnu h.i i,r,.1,.5-l..ii'il ilrl.ill I II I. el en!
ooi'ilriuil ut I kill ■ Musle Hull, I I
Where |ha DM ,01« ■ IH Hi I 111
ftr"*l!" her 'i>«Vk.■'i'm.■ 1 >I. "^iii t\i" r i f iT,'.'•*.lt'l'
pmiy wn» mi-« Kiii. Kvarlalth, who •»■
here ', l.n i, ir. ii -..Ivlllv'k Mir
Compauy, and hara tha twn Kal una
f imeieirtihle Irtanda As I. eii.tmiiHry lii
I.iiiii,,i>. h|h OaaUMaa ailarnatad m Iwo
.iiii.T loading mn.ie halla, ulnilni hi Ihrea
j,lnr,,. ili,< hi,im Miuht. uml llu)-. bacame ihe
mm hi the ureal llrlll.li iiii.|r.i|nilh
Prizes at the Orphans' Fair.
Tbe followtng is thr ll.( of whining numb
ns ni Dm rental fair for the bentfltoltlM
No. in, pair hulv's shoes, Mr. Iloivr; No. BL
handsome doll, * C. Malouey, No. 10, the
bride. Miss K. Burke; No IS, loft cushion,
Magdrtlent Yorba; No '.'■(, sntln ehiilr, Kaly
MtiNo.BA.llot tidy, Mr- .1 W. Trtak; No.
as, wax lloweis, Nellie Mllltoil, No. a, patent
rocki'J lv green, Mrs Dneommuu. No. 4,
tUvt! Ittgai bowl. V. OrellA; No. I, linen
yoke, Christ Ihultli; No I .M, gold WHtrb. No,
Ti, pair eif sli) a-, Mr. |i.-ylne; No |M,
lierry dish; No IM, huller howl; No. SMft,
rarrlage afghnn, No jio, silver rani rrrelv
er, No. r.:t, lounge- No IH*, op.il ring. No. ,'.
pair of Vicsrs, Mrs Yonlr. No 11, Holy Bible,
11. Murphy, No Pi, patent rocker, A. Pusalg
tr; Vo. W, tollcl s ( . ( . vilee McC.uirt; No. 12,
History of Ireland, Mrs P. MeUarry , No. IJ,
hflver fork, C. Itaphacl. No tl, toilet set. Mrs
Heward; No. | enl mekcr. U. Detl; No 14,
rnsttr basket, I.ieliA Dointiigui'i; No. lid,
chlua leu si-l, Kate I'eudcrgHst ; No. —, china
tea set, Mr. tlrltlln No to, w it. -h gun id, Him
I. Hnildou; piano stool I oii.miau. Miss M
Madegiin. hi fant's crib, Mrs. Roberta tear;
No. ;t, photograph of fttV, F. Ve-ielnguer.
Tlie MNAttMetttl for lhe Sixth District
Fan tread tOOtnpletv, as will he seen hy
Hd\e-i(tsrin.-nt found . hr« h, re in Ih.- Hl it
ail. fl opens „t Tumvcrelu Hall on Momliiy
nexl, ted continues [or the week
Hon. 1.. J. Ko-e w ill elell ver the- iintiunl ad
dress. I h it it w ill be wood nnd upproprhile
to the 0.-r,-ion pushes wilhmil saying.
oflcred* 1 !!. 1 .-' hi!i!.w hiu'" Vt.'-«*iVil
Best display o| noils. >|o. h.-s| Ml varieties
VrtVr'lu Jett'orl!" n*"'
In the hiby sb-.w Mr I. K. Stanton, of the
Kliie OtUery, has nirered prvmlunw nl pha
lograplis to the hihie's win. arc awmded
The Club Theater.
The Club 'I'he-ater, which was lately enl
largcd, refitted uud repainted In artistic
style, eoattuttM to draw crowded houses
every uighi. The Pertj Brothtrs, who have
hern so ■UceUaafu] since the) Mist starU'd,
have- spared neither mom-y Dor ptttU lo
secure htvoritet and Uovtltttl that Would
Attraci rrow.led house, I hi- open ah ton
i-erls of then bia-s hnid in front of the thei
I'.ncede.i to'be * he"lll-'t" h .ud"in s.'uithrri'i
California. A 'Olimpse at the Fairy Land,'
the "Colored Camp Meelhig Festival, "I il
V.." with mirth inn and music, constitute .1
portion of ihe attractions this week. A due
iiltriitlou is being paid to the legllhnaie
drama and Ibr "Fatal toad" was well re
Passengers Due From the East
The following Is Ihe Uet of lUHlngm
from the But, via the Sonlhoril route. In ar
rive in 1.,,. a.DfelM al 11:« c. M. lo Jay,
jtoeielly telegraphed to ihe hkhai.o rrom
X I" Kmllli.' Ino-oii. II M Collins, sin
FraniM-o .. v. C lylor, Cincinnati; F. »,,»■
dor. Xl Paeo; X Uonaalea, Mexico; Mrs. A.
Carr, Xl Paw,; .1 SI Hamilton. ritn l-'rinoi.
r„; Almost Seise ami wile, Illinois, W. M.
Omee, eelveeton, rem; Mm. Q. a. Ahlrten
mid SBUd, Tin's,,u, A. T.
YaoteMty tvwilai Coroner NAdean re
ceived a telephone Bmil fr.no San Qfr
l.rii l Mission tlint one, Mike Freer, hu.i Com
mute.l Miiei.U. hy shnotin,. himself I lie
memcemul Uum freerwei n Mrengerend
w.is without m.,iie> ~r friemls I'he Jnslh-e
t,f tin- IV'ieo itl lhe Mission wis hwrt„.|,>.l i„
h,,hl hii inntieat.
Bob Ingersoll To-night.
A few more choice aeath ran he obtained
this morning In the (irand Opera House to
listen to Un-grent speaker, Kohrrt Ingersoll
wnowillu-iiwii.it lie minks altoiit ~o rlht>d
oxy. * He is one of ihe moat attractive
Mitell* of |he age. A notice of the outer
taluuu-ut upp,- ,rs ,n another column.
Btnee our rep-.n |q \ ti * t \^, tt , ~f th ,. /v <n f
the following shipments of bullion were
Mil fron ml oes In Cal too miuina district
thr.mgh Weiu, Fargo aio s expreaa two
ehipmeiits fr.-m u„- Km-. M*l; one from
the HlsuiHrek, l„ul si,ie,- .Uuuary
Ist. lhM. t*521.T48.--iV»«f. ih t ith. '
A Heavy Train.
The express train from Ariioua yeatarday
rar, Alcutrai. The train left f..r lhe north
wkm MM mMm RtnaWr of tnginoa,
Keep the Zaajas Clear.
The main aanja. running south along 1*
fayette Mutt, from Allso to First. Mrrlea
such a lajaa hody of Wtiterlh.it the gmu rs of
i-oinrofthee.istand wot street* tr* lull ot
wilier, in <■ .nsi*.|ueiirt* nf weeds ami oiln r
ohsiru.-llmi- in il.erinj.v
Died on the Desert.
A report re.v bed the city yesterday that
the body .d Mr. r. W. Cover had Ihjvu fouud
oil Ihe O. -. rl m here he had .lied from vX
hatistioii, b it no details have come to hand
at tbe time ..f going to pres.-
Business of the Recorder's Office.
lmht-cmiity keoorderi aftea rmmmmmji
there was riled iU \,n dead! ajTW aaajfj
Bagea thret-salislneuonsol I,'iorig.iges, sev-
B m J j ,M '* '" l, ' > and three aj trriage
Mr. C A. Nouiaii and MLaa Flora Anderson,
Jacob H. •hroda and Mary s Pattcraoo aud ..
basliflll and immcle- C.upie Were ye-tcrd i)
licensed to marry.
Wa raaTt-l to learn ol the severe illness of
Al. Cohler, the (iraiid Cowwifwltr, who
Install* LodgW nf He ten Kiiiutfi*. A 0 I"
A Mr. Coh er wa*. taken -x-k >.v 11.nr.,1 »>
although h■ l ite wed to biinluen» until last
Hai irday afte..nioii. BUMM which time, he
caou .i wave hi. bed.
rjr fcngelhart, of La Canada, killed a
fine deer tn Ihe mountalna buck uf hi- place
. n -v idaj ro irniug.
THE CITY COUNCIL.
A liouir hut I niiitriVHtiiitc
(ITV PBIVTIIfI OOKSIOIBKD.
The M.tt 11 oil. Ordllnniif-r Pnaard
Mole of M|f Land Ordered
■tit 1 111 <• of m I it. I hkKm
fteferred llrdratll* I •<
Council met lv regular .e.sinn al 1 o'.iloek
ye.lerday alli rnnnii IVr.olit I oiiiicllmcn
lobl ler, labteht. Lanbta, Kanlltoo, Day,
Nile.. Mcilarry. Johi i. Prcm b. Wotl
•kill, Mnllsili- ih. rre.i.i belßf BbaeOl
Mr Hatdrhl was oallod I" Hie Chair
The minute, of lhe previous iiieelllil were
t. i.'l ni l nj.proved
arrnaTs i if i lll****: ens.
The 0K» *mtm» ftmtmnt Meekly re
port ot llir condition o( UM several Itlinl. of
Si clly MtoffW lo Hie Cuminlitee on
j'l'i'r Vi-11 ColletnVM rtppfiva that lio hmi
onlleotod »v '•" f,,r ,M doting Hie
inonllior Septeuiln'l same reference.
The city' Irilli uri-portnlll el
i -.I ' , t» '"";;"/••
l lii'l lly 'ii'iera reported a pity roll 1..r
~„. „,., k IMIIIIK Im M'l'JK .111.1 ...."I ..
,„„„„l (..nl.. -hiii.' snnc relerciic
I l„. HnperliH hoi ol street, reported •
acekh l.'i) roil niiioiilillliil In 1175.U0 He
i, ~,,! bsrfi i c Muperlnt t.-iitol street.
t.kcd i k - liirlli.T llu n Wash
Inch.ii slrecl. ilrmilnl.
I 11.. Clly Tr rei pr li d s .latomonl
i>r iii.-.-.-i.i .-iiihi- ' 1 ;7 1i ", r . i ; i 1 ,,5' 1 ""!;.",'
l.'-'iii'bcV :l'itVl'|',n-, 1.ci.1") published io tli'i'
llr.Hal.h.l 1011..- Fhimifo Cniiiinlllce.
110 POUM Keeper reported lw„
bones killed oi nounl oi Infecll di
cn.cs A 1... ii report ol Imr*. Im| tided,
mid rcosonllci lcl. fnrlhe P..-I '"'it mouths
The City Board >.f Mite nl"" twitted the
e.peudtl i |k...i; :r. during, lepi bei
KtAUTM iiyrti r.H'n kki'iiiit
During tho in Ii ol ISpftmbafUMtfA were
atdi.Hlli. In.ni Iho I. wing o-iuscs: VI..
Inn dontli. di lalli. l. consumption. Is it-
Dholi)leref i nniiiiri.il fever, ■jeaaetrdf
Iho merit. I .ollriilini nf (ho brain. I. hriiln
dUMM, li meningitis, I. chronic grii.iriti.,
I i rtdlseaae, Ii hepatitis, I. .itn.phy, I:
.-111 1.1 l.iri I. I dnitill..ii. I ..Id ni|c, i. linns
corml I l .1111 hlrtli.'J. hiirncltnilcilli, I.
The births .if the n Hi ninoiiiitcl lo .17; a
were male 11 I ill- Unreported lhat
he im.i iMtled during lhe month m di.enter
rli.it pcrinll-, i 1.1.if llieielur t.llO. Aim.
reported ll.al I.c I ordered I I.itelilelil
ol .'«! nuisances Itclerred tn till! Finance
'l he Klniiiit'e Cotnnltta reported on Iho re
ponaol varloui elty oßcera, mid raoon
liiClided Hint Ihey Le "led H dorml
iii. the i.ellll I I-.ii If ii ii i.t 1..r the ro
nun..li,. overpaid, r in mended Hmi a
warrant lor l« l.? lie drawn In hla lavnr. Ho
(lv llu-i.elflli.u id V. F Vlglien on Hie
■anaqnetti rwonmended in.n the pcti
.Mowed l.'l in ~t school property
Kaported that Ih. palltl .1 in Kaho nnd
II Mcl / In ulode tv In.ill nl their property
nn ii id.- ..f Hope street, xmiii ol
Main ill , 1..- irantad, toordered
un pi-Hlloii id A F.-Piuneriiy et til . 1.. grndc
on Charily slrecl, w I Fourth I Mill.
Itcc.'iiiuieinled ill n ll dlnnufc tclallve
In htdewalk. In- adopted llrillunucc read
and nil I.
on t.etlll..ii nl Oi Michel™.ii et al. on 1.0
oouvaraur street, naked lot week's lvi
r.... nine OranlerJ
Itep.iited mi or.lliinnce granting a friii
ohlso to tin- Central Hlri-ct It iliwrty Cm
lull, nlil, n r niliiendiltlon Hint It he
adopted ordlnmiec lend hii.l adoplcd.
nn Petlll I lhe Eoa Angela, nnd lan
I. i1.r1.-l Valley Hnllw il) naked inr..lie week ■
further i md asked the Director) "I Hie
Com pan] lv meet the ll.inrd ol I'lihlie
w..rk« .'ni Priday, Ootobai luth. i»»i nt :i
odock r. at., al tin. city aurreyor ■ oKea.
Iter.immell.led 111.1 l lhe Mil perlllli'lideiil nl
HI recta he luatnleletl lo lepnlr DuWIMf
aycline hrldcc ill a imal Inn x 1 t-Oo
H, ~,r.lcred and Ihe lnr.il.i-r ordered 111 lie
pnreli-iM-.l Irom Hie Ayel llllnl.cr npany.
Hi I 11, il Hie ur nlliii! -.1 illlve alr.-cl hnd
h 1 e.nnpleled nnd I nn led Hi ll aaid
work he ace-pied Hi, urdend.
..mm ii ihe sutierlntendenl ol
HI reel- I.c IllaltUOtOd I" ri-P.ll. mid Bride Hie
llllcraccllon ~l Hi I ninl Illlve -treet.. Ho
It. nine I Hi ii lhe nutter nj nccept
nut iin- fradlhi ni Main atraat fromOiul
lul l,ln lo \Vn»l,lii|tt„li atreet he relerred to
the Ciiunlneo of the Whole.
ltd nuclide.! thai the re,|ilc»t ol the l.oa
Anitolea HUt.irlcil Hoelety, lor Hie ilon illoii
ol I'm.l lv the Furl 1111 l tract he denied, he
cause niii'lher disposition ul Hie laud had
I n delermliied "ll llcpnrl Died.
On the petition ol Kr.iucls Mora, lor the
sale ol certain property, reei.iin.ieiideil
lhat It he K'HI I Ho ordered
im llu- pctlH.ni "I I W llellninu, t m
men,led Hull a ,|iill elaliu deed to ccrtiilu
elt) pr.iperls he ermilcl him. H,i ordered.
on Hie pitlll ,1 II O. Burawa, r mi
mended Hint II he .rallied, and the proper!)
owner. re.|U,-led n. puldlsh lhe ordili-incc
un the petition "I 1.. M. Ilrccd, the coin
niltli-e rccinmeiided Hint U I.c Kr.inlcd. la
Hteoranai i that the dead ~i « n
Nordholt he relerred to the I'll) Altorue).
I'he Coininltlce on /aulas, rccuinuciidcl
that Hie hid „l Miilholl-ni.f .* Mcilre«,,r for
Mpalrlna tha a rm i al 14. te per loot,
i. c Accepted I lhe pity Aiiotne> atepara l
The c.immitlce on Hewer- r.nlunlttc.l a pry
roll iini"iliiHii|tlii»lT ~«, nlidr iiimeiided
thai warrant. In- drawn i-r In* siun-
I'iii.ilieeCi.nimlllee HI He,l Hun ~..n ml,I il lull
nl lee! ~l lhe Vhiineilii alrcel newer h id l.cell
cmpleled diilluc ;i,e pil-l Week. Also Hill
of' r «c.t*sone!l''.-'-i.'i.'ii't|.m'<" " Piled. " Htnleil
lli-ii ~n Muii.ln uml. enul.l c.minn c mi
Hie Los Alieelcs -ireel -ewer, helwccli l'lr-1
strcci mid c .i-niierelal i|reeL Filed.
Suited Him Hi.Ciniiilltcc lia.l provided for
thecxlcnsl,,,,,,! ,;„. I „., -necl ...Ker.^in.l
eomilla week. Filed
Tin- Fire and w.iicr Oommlttea r in
mended Ih.il lire in,irmils he lociled nl Hie
crncr ol Kearne) itrawl and Ploaaanl
slrecl. Also on Flr-l sired Inlaw Vine. Hu
ordered, nnd Hie Ch-rk initritetad lo notify
the W r Cnliipnnv lo Hint eltwl.
Asked one weeks fnrtlier lime ou the new
dre online, Oraolod.
dini'im't'il-'eui'n'.e IVdeenlk'oMlniaii'cc' !-',i'inc
up. Mr Frcli. l, nn,led 111 ,1 the 5.,1,1 urdln
-he posted Hi three pillille pl.ii-es. Mr.
Hie lolluwlim v Ayes. liny. Moore; nilys,
snimnlrl h hi, l.m'lhie. Iliiinill,ni. Ml,-,
Med.irry, .lohn-..n, Frclieli. Wollskill and
Ballade, > the ordlawi waa ordered
pu.led. Mr, llnmlltuii spoke lv Invor ol
pii.tini! Hie en. n.lvertlscn.ciil.. on Hie h.u-k
duur. ~( privies lualead ol piililishlii K them
In the column, of n newspaper.
A hid was ujieiieil (ruin lhe It, -1, . , llor,
inVrl'lon. 1- lVic'hld
was relerred lo the Fillnncc Committee, as
was alsu a petllion from Mr. Lynch on the
•ana >üb|a«t ,
The city All..nicy Made a alatctnent and
ulT.Tcd n liini.l.ume ipului!) to Mr Fn ii
lor lH.uirtl.tKO ■ Im Hie list mccliUK oltltc
lots ou ciiini) atreat, uatwMn PieoMad
lnal'ruci!'d""t'„ n ut,o'c -tulles " from "ll.li
atreel, hctv.cell Ninth no,I Calliornia.
i h, ntraei aud bond ol W, J Kellar, lor
the repair ol Adinis nlrccl i iii)n. waa ac
llHhe'omphV'i'l' ni.'"cnj wh.rw'ii's'inju'r,',."
by theoartnf In ~i a cower, ware ordered
paid by the city.
.1 ph II I.) iic',l pr,-en:e,l n peHtluli nsk
null,'., nn,l-hue slit his hid fur duinc I il\
idrartialna shouhl he aeccptisd. Hmabm
' Hehroader, Johaaoa .% Qo. uMlloond for a
■ 1111 l plain deed. To I. md I'liliu.llttec
Prom Mi- P, Norton and othora, Baking to
he relieved from n nuisance in tile shut I
Homed 0 title ami lings kepi hy W. H. Nile.,
mi W asliiiigloti slrecl Police Committee.
Prom Mr- Ktmira Hall, asking for the
opening of an alley l.elwceli New High and
HllcilS Visia streets l'i-1 lee Cnmtillttcc.
From V. llcniidry. asking tlmt ail action
lirullgllt ng.iill-t hint h> ll.>' etU lv eject 1 aiill
truin le ll e-lnle un Htlt'lti V Ist 1 street he
dbnlaaaM. iinar.l ~l Public Worka and Clly
Front pmtterly owners nn Tenth atreel. he
I ween 1111 l and Pearl, asking Ihe rigid t.,
grade. I - Ills' llmird vi Publle Works.
Prom J. I). Hcgc. asking i<> ba allowed to
pay deltas]oont butaa. ro the Fin urn Con
From Thorn is c .pley n-ktiig [ur 'Jl days'
lurthortlnOoo the grading ol Hind street
Prom Jose Miguel Ih' Cells, protesting
igain-t Hu- gr.id.ug ul Main -treat, between
Ka.t Pirn and c illf.irnia atreet.. I'd the
Board nl Public Works.
Front Mrs. W U, Itigclow ct al., pmlcstilig
ng nils', the eilellslnn of the M ilu street
s.-eer lo Hie 1..., Angelea river. To the
Frulll Marin Merc.nl Ua-saild. Calling at
l. iitti.li tn a Irame shanty .ill Hie curlier ol
I'elin.le nnd Nen High street.. In lhe Fire
and Water Cnmmlttee
Prnm X It. Millar et al.. asking lo use
twenty led along the casl line nl the official
river isc.l Inr the purpnse of colistructiug a
levee. To the Committee on Hrldge.
Fmin V, F, Vigin-s. nsktug a reduction of
asae.ainein To tbe Piunnec Cnmiuittee.
Prnm X Measer el al. complaining of the
unhealthy Bad rough Condition uf Jackson
atreet. To the Hoard nl Public Work, and
Hi reel Superintendent.
Prom Ur MrFnrlniul and nthcrs. asking
that Zauja > 11. nil Flguemn street, he pl|K'd,
jn'titioucra agreeing to pay for the same.
I n the /.nllja Committee.
Prom Slm.ins and Hubbard, asking a re
bile nf lain. To Ihe Fill in.'.- Cmiiiiltee.
Tlr. ti.i.ci I- inn. » faiidldHte for
lh< \s.. ml.I , 7«fb Diatrlct.
ih,, r Sir.— Your kind favor nf this nn.ru
im, i* ffaHdved. I accept your challenge
nnd w ill meet you at the (imen and place*
timt may t* urvtM upon, for a diaattaaloai
--f 'l'H'-iiiUi« i.l public intercut. I nugget
lhat the Chairman Of the Kepuhliean aud
Ih-roocratle Cuiint) Committee* be re.j tied
ed to arrange for tn* H%a>ilM|l. and that we
abide by their decision.
H W M vii i
Rep'u Candidate fur the Aviembly.
LOS AXQELEB DAILY HERALD. /-rVEDXEBDAY MORNIXG, 'OCTOBER 8, 1884.
IVflea t.Hiut Afl Ag-tro-Ar* *»*
tempi of the l,aral «"•"•"' -
C« nanNlarllirr "lrl*h Defer.
How" PreVM n Boomeron*
The l >M> of l.oe Angele* solid
Cor i i. i ■ ti.
fms the last few days a call for a meeting
~1 Irl-hiiteti lrre*pcrl|veofpsrtles,tn In- held
at Republican Hall, has appeared In the two
Republican paper* of this city. The ■■■flo|
was advertised M take place on Tu. *l .>
evening fin Ihe eveuliiguarued a consider
■bit number nf our Irish BMSMBd were In at
lindlßtT. wondering as in what could h* the
object uf tin* mysterious rail, and the fat t that
atlof lhe local Republican busses were pres
enl.dld mil have atendency t<>enllitliU-ti t hi'in
an th- respected individuals have nut In
the pant IMM noted for their Interest In Irish
Major 11.I 1 . J. MrMnhoti, nominated J, T
Qoowf for rhalrmati, Mr OnfTey was nil
Hiiliuoiitly elected and on taking the r-halr,
said that while he was thankful for lhe
honor conferred, he w old like to be to
lightened As lo ihe object of the mc-tlng
Al 11.1- point V P Kcll), one of tin-parlies
who hud rilled Ihe meeting, bobbed up
serenely and called on Mi I'd Met art hy.
hu Itinerant BUlnlle, with a Strong Scotch
eeent lo Male the object of the 11 Hug. I
■tn very glad, said Mr Mci .irtliy.i-i-.eM.
11. v.) Irl-I.n.et re tonight, t.tlfl
nnaxatlofl) Ih Ur- great qdMttoa lot the Irl-h tn
consider Here I lie ehalrit '"lilnl Mr
Mr! h.il.j to t.nler, and Mated Unit ms tlie
meeting wa* culled lor Irishmen Inexpert hp
ot party Hflllialiot id 00 ohjeel
W.is Muted for tlie 1 ting 10 ill
mum, and ImtMiiueli .1- hu was op
po*> d <vi principle to Irishmen dlsrusslng
\ m. rlr tti polities M Irishmen, or a* miv
iliin,- 1.111 Ann-rle vi ritl/ei.s he would rule
ih McCarthy mil of order, unless he ,
II I himself In a lirlef Mniemcnt nf ihe
meat emergency In Ihe affairs of
the Irish race, which HOMMUaiM
Ifei c tiling together of the Irf-h
men of Loa Angele* hy lhe three
worthies, Mefirlhj, llognu nnd Kelly,
llu- ruling bio.ighl Mr H0g,,., to the front
I nklng offhls coat In it liniicy 111 nnk Khlt
way, miml unroll mil, nn orange scarf, this
gentleman, In n rteh North of In-hind
t.i..i;i],- proceeded tn harangue the meet
lux. Mr. (iNtTry, leaving thechair,declared
(hot lo- eoiihl nn longer ml 11- Chairman km
Ihe meeting was evidently cm lied In tlie In
teres! of the Republican party hy 11 few
trlikslers who wUhed to ml.represe nt the
sentiment ot the Irishmen of 1.-- Angele*
I, c 1II11.1; on till lhe I rl-li hemi.li its pies
nil to f.dlow him to the hull of lhe Cm,
Hdciicr Engine <'onitmny. left Ihe hall.
I l,i- whm ih- sliii.,.l for" m yeiier-.l ulumpe-le
snd hi a few moment-, the only Irishmen In
tlie hall were Mr MrCrlhy, frfr. Mokhii, Mr
Kell). Col. Walter H. Moore, H. Iluiton.
Coiiiiaidlnr MeKlnley, ,1 M Diimrou uml
un re HHNemhllni' at the h.tll of the Kimine
< oinpauy, Mr. UafTpy railed Ihe inertitiß 10
order, and 011 motion iippnlulml arommil
tee of five ou resolution.,. The Committee
on Mean, ut lon* rtnitlrtted of J f>. liar
vey, Judife J 0 Morgan, John I. Moral),
c.ptnln Mleniierhni..el -.nd Miijnr I. J. Mr
I he Commlllet. niporled the followliiß
renoliiilon*. a hieh were ttdo | will, cre.n
I. ml on. I .noted iippluii-e. Htlrrlnu mid lmli«
! were lu.ide I ty ,lildi;e Motif in.
1 iptain lilennerhii-tHet and other le.dllO'
W ll KICK ah, A iii 11 for M meeiiiiK of Irish
II Irrespective, of polltlr-, for this rveie
Inn, appe.ired In lhe two .teimhllc.lll p.iper*
ol tlili elty, tin ohjeel for *itid fjUMttni helmt
-li.te.l Hiid the rail helm, I hy Hirer
men who are entirely unkiiowti lv thlx coin
miinlly, tlie phiee dedyunted ill Ihe 1 ill he
ho: lhe hendijiiarter* of thr lornl Itepiihli
OKU ornniil/'illoh*; ami
Whkhkah, When lhe nieellio, hud I n
ended to order it hermile iippicreilt Ih'il
the pnrtleH cillliik It were In lhe pny of
tlie ltepul.lie.ti H«e-, uml 11.01 enlled
the inert ing for the purpoai" of Mimd
Ing abroad a faUe uud llanderOOl
llhel upon the Irishmen of Los A ngtdeH, who
are now hu they have nlway* horn In the
punt, true nnd loyal followers of the doc
triiie*o( II m\h .leirerioii And, wliereiiH,
ill the fuel heeoniliitf 11 ppiirent, tlie Clniir
in in refused to ur I .uljo.i. 1 to iilioth
er hull, takliiK with him nil of the Irishmen
present. e\eeptlnn the three who c eiled the
n ling, nnd it few Irishmen, who were of
l eotoiile, Anglo Haxoii and MMVOttfUt i-x-
Wbti 'thru (are. 9$ II fo»»tretl hy the
Iridnneii of LM Angrlri, tn tWUN meeilng
Hssemhled, tlmt we deuounee a* iufMliimia
the attempt iimdi' to niUrepr«a«M the nimiil
incuts of our men as Ainericiiii citizens on
lhe greiit l*sue now HglHtllig <he Ameriein
people, and we trtkc thin orciMon to rr
itlllrm our iiufnlterlug devotion to the
ciiiM-of heinoen.cy, .md herehv i.ledtfe our
In- .opp ■ 1 i.-M 1 nid and llcmlii. k
Aiolwcdcciiirelh.it .limes 11. Maine tins
ever shown hlinsell un eiiuniy of the Irish
nice. Aud It Is our firm belief th.it no
It lshiiptii worthy of the mime will he found
who will vote for thr man who, an H.-eret uy
of Mt ite, crooked the pregnant hinges ofthe
knee to Hrftlsh iirrogiiuce, and allowed Mr
rtweeny nnd other Irish American clll/.eiis to
rot for months lv Hrltlsh ditngroiiK, Ami
Who lms been for years the open anil him tin
slanderer of onr rare.
Hcaolttd fluirUr. That we are A merle
olttMttf, and In dlscuM-dug Amerlrnn politics
we desire to do so aM Americans tad nut hh
The mecling then ndjourned with three
cheers for Cleveland lletidrleks Hiid Del
Judge Charles Silent, of Han Jose, Is regis
tercd nt the St. Klmo
Mr. John Lang, of Lang's station, arrived
lv the city last night.
Mr. It c. ttattlnfll and hla bride, Ml
Lynch, arc registered at the St. Elmo.
Robert (i. IngertoU, wife and daughttr art
on the- northern train due at 1:89 ite lll - W>
The Hbrald is Indebted to Iftjor Leigh
ILiruett. editor of the ( .Wlfm ao SpOfffHMN
for n phvisiut f ill. He returns to Sin Fran
0 B. Turrlll agent of the H P. It. It In ob
talUlnf sample* for the Worlds' fair id New
Urteatta It lO tM northern overland due at
1:90 p. ut. to d ty.
Mr. Crittenden Robinson, of S in Franclfco,
wm the fortunate wl ir of the flue revol'
rer offered br Wm. Ltever for the host shot
111 the meeting of thr State- Sportsmen*
Association, in Los Angele- last week. lie
!s a d.-ld shot.
Mr. J. It Hollander, the tftlnntcd oorrei
pondtnt of the Ban Francisco Attn, yeattr
dty mtdt a pleasant call At the Hit ALD
ortice. Mr. Hollander is now en route to
ArU.ma, New Mexico and old Mexico, Ids
second trip to tMt part oi the continent in
the interc-i of the journal which he repre*
People's Store Bargains.
Today, Infanta' shoes IftO., People's Store.
To-day. shoulder ihewU use, centre Üble,
Today, Turkish towels, 12',c , centre I nblc,
People s Store,
To day, enihrohliTv, three Inch whir. Ac.,
Tenlay, ladies' Oxford •hot*, best inialilv,
$1.00, ('.-..pie's Store.
To dty , boys' blue Htnuel suits, Nt., BM>
ire table, People s Store.
Tei day, ladies" skirts, two rutlles am) six
tucks, ne.i I'eopio'H itofe.
Tod'iy. boys' caHsimore nuits, punts, coat
and \e.-i, UW, I'eople'H Htore.
Lo day, ladles skirts, twelve Inch rullle and
nine tuck*, ."He, IVople's It Oft.
To-day, ladles'drawers, with embroidery
aud six tucks, AM., People's Store-
To day, ladles' chemise, three rows of em
broi.lery and sixteen tucks AM.. Ptoplt'l
A Great Surgical Center.
lira. Wise and Sttoklni yesterday per
formed a very neat aud skillful operation
upon the e-ars of Mr. Cox, of Anaheim, re
lieving him of au ugly looking notch iv both
of hUrarsand restoring him to pristine
beaatr. In Addition to the statement that
men have ears to bear, may he added the
Mipplimeiitary propeislilon that men have
ears to show what surgeons can do for them.
Mr. Cox is a practical illustration of the lai
ler proposition. These valuable and rare
achievements, of which mention is X) fr»
•lucntty made In the llkkw.o, indicate very
clearly that Los Angeles is lieooining the
great surgical center of knowledge nnd
skill, and that sulfererers need not go away
irom till* city for assist nice, but 011 the run
trary will I'.mte to UN Angeles for assist
tOOt, iii this great renter of surgical nnd
iiit-dic ii skin.
Why is This True?
Km not Hkkald: Bring uufortunnte
enough to have to tmvel considerably
through the county and occasionally to Use
the telephone, I respectfully protest iv this
public manner OS the way telephone bull
ocas is trausaried at l<os Angeles, I had 1111
important telephone message to a business
firm in l<os Augeles w hen at Anaheim to-day,
and after sitting ou the shady side ot tbi
Hauler's Hotel mr nearly two hours, the lo
ctl agent here came to me with a look nf
utter disgust on hi* iH'iiign countenance, at
the same time telling me ibis was .111 oifday
in tottphOatuf, there being so many sweet
me-stges between Los Angeles ami Santa
Ana to day that h was impossible to g.-t any
business, done, ltespecifully,
Anaheim, (let. 6th,
The Herald's New Departure.
Of tIM enterprise of the II r.ttald iv setting
matter iv nonpareil, hy which double- the
uaiial amount of matter ran be set em a parte,
the Svtning Elpreaf says: "The RtaULO ap
peared this morning 111 a complete new .Ires*
ed uonpiirell type, aciel witli a new style of
heading. We are pleased to note this evi
dence of prosperity on the part of our con
temporary, w inch is an excellent newspaper
and thoroughly devoted to the tnterttttol
the county, though aadly eiff in its political
vlewa. There is no city of the site of lAm Au
geles iv the l ulled State* th.it Is better
served, ao far aa its ciewspai>er press is con
cerned, than this city.
TtM British ship "Tht—lßl," Ciptnin
Burnett, arrived at Sau Pedro yesterday,
tram lydftcy, New South Wales. The The*
aaloa la hu Iron ship of wm tuns. ItM brings
v curuo ul .V-X) tons of coal fur the Southern
Pacific Kailruad. The voyage occupied only
sixty five days. There are BOH nine British
■hipaat tha port, which ut he largest num
ber Ibril haw ever Im'cii ut Wilmington, (Him
Pedro} at one lime. The "Strathbeain"
(Br th) Mill for Saji Fraiiciaeo to-day.
Next Hi,inlay Confidence Kngine Co No 'i
will Rive one of their delightful picnic, at
th« City Garden. Ihe entertainment* uf
thii. Company are always looked forward tv
with pleasurable anticipation and it ia the
IntencUm to make this affair one long to lie
THE LITTLE PISTOL.
■BBh Haitst Tackle* Ihe Preal
deat of the l.a* Angele* ('*>na
YeMerday morning Mrs Minnie Kaaten,
who liven In the Nadeau Block, entered tbe
\. tm Augelest ountr Htnk and told Mr Plater.
President of the Bank, that she would I Iks to
talk with him on a hualnew matter. Mr
Plater told her that he did not cara to talk
with her and fMjthaneal her to leave the
hnlldlug Mr- Kasteii then put her hand
Into ' ■ r I. - m--ket and pnslurH a pistol,
one of the kind known as a "bulldo*." aiol
by the war a very weajioii Hhc
was NPlied by Mr Plater and some of his - m
p10y... and dl-arii..'d She wns then gll en
In charge of an ..(fleer and bulged In jail on
a charge of assault with Intent to murder
Mrs Kartell rhilm* that when Messrs
I'Ute-r and Paxton were condm-tlng a
hauk lv Kureka, Nevads, Wine I tail
ago. they Induced her husband to
engage In mining spi-rul-.tlons, wheri-by
he iost some twenty four thoussml
dollars, she claims that the ipeculaUoni mi
which ln-r husbaml whs engagi-d were not
to ni ride and that he was done up for the
above amount, by the hanking firm The
matter has preyed on her mind and It final
iy culminated In her attempt of yesterday.
Mr Plater s|.,t«s lhat Mr Kasien h.M his
money In mining Hpeculnlloiis, aa many
other men did at that time, and that the
hoiking firm of Plater A Paxton was In no
way responsible for his misfortunes.
Mrs. Hasten hid It lv for a man named
Miller, who was Also n member of tin* Arm,
Hiid tried to horsewhip him Ht thr depot some
moulds Hgo. She iri'ide am I stake, however,
Hiid chHStlsi'd 1111 innocent man.
H'-r Imllwa* flx.-d at ft/sio. which she fall -
rel to give, and rrmafii* lv jail.
The Hillside Winery.
Tills llltnilTl IttthltthWleßl mi Hmi Per
ttndo street, coiiMrnctcd by J, Biiinlller,
and transferred (o D Mabl-ti'dt before hi*
death, Is now managed hy the present own
er, with Mr Apple 11* foreman. The works
have ItTeady eruabed all the foreign grapes
..rfen-d, and Hre now rutiiilng 011 Mission
■rapeij the Mpacltf being ninety tOBI per
ilay There ire thirty pipes aud tankebe
M'li'* large nnmhi-r of gallon c i-k-. 11
total eipacity of about lou.ooo gallons of
wine. Tin* dpes nol include the hnimly,
which Is stored In nnotner strui-tufe. There
fs hnl little of last year's vintage 011 hand
Tht■eaton win continue till alt tlie Iral
Oet pure, nil wool blankets at Coulter's.
Try Ltnkershlm A Co's new prociwa roller
Oerster ami Pattt Arc creating a furore. Ho
Im the liitt IhHiiiet.
PMfltlhtl all colored blAnkets Htt'ntil
Ilnet the flood nil (he pe-ople are using the
Fllte Bonnet perfume.
Mlner'H aud Camper's heavy blue nil wool
shirts at Coiilter'a.
11. Jevne enjoys the luxury of a war with
two gri'At |fj ten companies.
(i. t your new style Kail dress goods at
For tens And coffees go to 11. Jevne's. No
prttenta, hut full value for your money.
New styles trimmings and dress buttons at
An Immense Importation of Quadruple
silverware was received yesterday by tlie
Diamond limine, opposite linker ht< ck.
Everything Im being Hold nt nianufactureis'
pric.-s a saving of :w per cent
Blankets nnd ll nun els warrautrel nil wool
Oct your flannel underwear At Coulter*.
Tin-Oram) Display of Diamonds uml Flue
Watch Work to he given by the Diamond
House', opposite BAker Block, ou Main
street, ope-iis on Monday next. The whole
clly will he visitors.
Oat your pure nil Wool Mlßßtli at Ooulttr'l
Japan's with Cliliia'h tenderesl leaves you see
Unite their frAgraucc lv KOLA TEA.
White, soft, fine uf. wool bed blankett to
be found only at Coulter's, %%t North Main
On our fifth page to-day will be found a
striking and Instructive illustration of the
comparative worth of the varloua kinds of
bnklug powders now in tbe market.
The Loa Angeles Woolen Mills Blankets
Hiid FlauuelH are the best; 110 coltou, 110
■noddy, only to he loond At Coulter's.
HINALDI—Iu rian Fernando, Oct r.th, IHS4,
to Un- wife of C It Klnnldl, n son
M'NKRAL NOTtI'KH ONK DOLL AS,
coLLlNsj-in this city, Oct. Ttb, IHB4, Daniel
Colli Ua, native of county Cork, Ireland,
forty two yeArs of age.
Tin- fifcnds and iicqimlnlnnces nf the de
cease.l are reiitieHtcd to Attend the funeral
from no Wilmington street, on Thursday,
Oct. Ith, At 9 o'clock a. M. without further
DnukerH ol green tea arp coiniunnly un
aware that the headache, nervousness, frra
tnhilllv nnd dullness of the mental facillticH
with which they arc nilHe'led, are due to the
poisonous chemical* n-a'd to Imparl the de
I'ch Xx imlncr IlAvirs, of New York siild
to t Hn-nUt reporter ( August M, lass:) "Of
course Prusslnn blue- and such Hdulteniiionn
are poisoiieuis. There Is not enough iv the
tea to kill, perhaps, hut I have no doubt they
chusc disease." Tills is what bus induced
the fin porters nf Ki.la Ten to offer to the pub
lie their choice blend nf Formosa Oolong
and early nicked selected .Japan leaf, styled
Kohl Ten, iv a package which has hacoiiic
tlio roughly identified in the public mfnd
with purity and nihility; nrnnmemeiits hay
Ing been made to import it solely iv the Per
ferth.n Tea Can.
Thr While Sewing; Eflnrhlne
Stoji and exiniilnc the Wbttt Sewing Ma
chine before purchasing any other. Thr
lObUttlt Is self Hire id ing. The Dtedlt is self
setting. It runs tilmov iiols,'i,'ssly, and the
lurge spnee under the trUt innl..'- il sujuTlor
in e\ erv respect lo icuv other muchliic in the
market. Several other lending itiAehines
const nitlv on hand. Machines sold on the
Installment plan. Liberal allowance <<> tx
e-lmuge for old mAchiin-s. Beasoimble time
Is allowed for trial before lhe flr-t pay ment
Is rreiulrod. Yon can save from teutotwen
ly dnlUrs canvasser's c.uuiiii —hui by buying
your machines nt the Sew ing Machine
llead'iuartiTs, :i Spring street, Niulenu Block
Los Aiigrles, Cal. John Burns (ietieral
ltin hien's Amlra Malvr.
The grr-itest modlc.il wonder of the world.
Warranted to speedily core hums, bruises,
Ctlts, ulcers, suit rheum, fever lores,Oaneert.
idles, chilblains. coniN, tetter, chnpped
hnnds, and nil sklu eruptions, guaranteed to
cure in every instance or money refunded.
SB cents per box. For aale by C. P. Helnzu-
Full cargo now dischrtrglng At Sau Pedro
per Amrricaii ship K. D. Rice. OOOJUmtrl
of this well known coal should Ukt pierticu
lnr notice of the saihc And Hrrangr for their
WINTBB COAL. Kor Hale At all the retail
yards Iv this city. Immediate applicitlon
should he made to the uiiderstgncd for car
load lota of ten tnnt or over, drllvered at all
stations on the line of the B, 1' K. K.
Walter B, Maxwki.i.,
No. 10, Court Street.
Popular Hrer) where.
Kvery lamlly shoiild have a bottle of Hyrup
of Plft cnnstantly on hniul. Its pleasicut
taste and heneflcial ctVcct mtke ft popular
everywhere,and the results are'better health
and fewer doctor's hills. It nicy br taken by
old and young, hy men tad women, undrr
any and all circunisiaii. c Kor sale by C F
\ Wide Awake nriiffs;lat.
Mr. C F HeinzemtMi i« niw ays wide awake
secure the hc-t <>f .-\cry ,ir!icle in'hf* iini!.
He has secured the ilgeucy f.ir the celebrat
ed Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion. The oulv certain cure known fur Con
sumption, Cough*, Cold-. Hoarseness, Asili
mt, Hny Fever, Hronchltis, or any HiTcction
of the Throat and Lungs. Mold on positive
fUafaQtee, Will give you a Trial Bottle
Free. Itegular liMfL
A Oood linminicnt.
My friend, if in y.mr wanderings in Ihe
Rursiilt of happiness you chance to spend a
•w minutes In the purehHse of a luxury that
Will rondure to both health ami pleasure,
count the lime well spent, ntnl the Article
thAt will return the largest percentage of
both is lan-ill s Punch ;>p. cigar, nt tlie IV e».
All agree' that Immlsonie hair is one of
beauty a imllspenslble elements. Ayer'a
Hair vigor twlattlm U in freshness, bright
DM and luxuriance.
If you want flue rooms, good board and
home comforts, go to the Kimball Mansion -
surrounded hy a flower garden—ll] New
High street, near Temple. sepU lm
ThU powder nercr variea. A marvel of purify
Btrcn ( *th and * More tvoiiomi.-a,
than the. ordinary kind*, and <*nnot ttoauld lo com
petition with the multitude of low teat, ahort
weight, alum <.r ph< wplntte powdem. fIoLDOWLT IN
caaa. Boial, lUaiM I'ywaaa. Cu., IM Wail at.
HIROKI. I HK HAITKR.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
To meet the growing de
mand!) of our largely
And our store room being
rather small, we have con
cluded to sell out the entire
Gents' Furnishing Goods Stock
REGARDLESS OF COST.
We have confidence, there
fore, in assuring our patrons
and the public that no such
favorable opportunity has
ever been offered to secure
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS
Of every description, at pri
ces before unheard of in Loa
We take this occasion to
return our sincere thanks to
our regular customers and
the public for their generous
support and kind apprecia
tion of our efforts to supply
their wants. We engage
that in the future we shall
leave nothing undone to
merit a continuance of your
patronage, and retain our
reputation of being the most
Ah well as the most popular
One Price Hat House
In Los Angeles.
Siegel the Hatter,
Cor. Main and Oonunaroial.
Land anil Water Company
Are subdividing ■ tract nf land situated lv
Temecula Valley, in San Diego
Kerently owned by Don Jinn M urrfetta. eon
(dining fourteen thousand acres of land,
having an altitude of about one thon-an.l
feel above the sea level. Thk Iran nf loud
lies about l*i miles southerly from t'niton.
The California Southern Uallroad run*
through the entire length id the tract. The
soil In tlie valley is formed of sedimentary
deposits. It Is a rich, dark loam, without
gravel or boulders, hiu] can he easily tilled,
as no clay or ad-dte soil appears, but Is full
of rich sediment, which holds the rainfall
and prevents leaking or drying, so thai when
you come to cultivate you turn up moist
earth. The superior value ol this soil is Its
closely underlying supply of water, and when
cultivated the moisture ri-es i,, the surface
doing away with the necessity of Irrigation
almost entirely, hut iv case of a dry season,
if Irrigation Is thought to he necessary, au
Inexhaustible Supply of Water
( an be had hy sinking from 2 to 10 feet. It
Is also lv the artesian hell and artesian wa
ter can be easily obtained. The mesa Is
formed of undulating lands of reddish-col
ored soil mixed with decomposed graiflte on
the surface, v ith en -h mixture of clay In
the Btlfasnil to hold the moisture. There la a
Fine Running Stream of Water
With several branches running through the
raneho, Also several hot and warm spring-,
noted for their cure of pulmonary diseases.
These springs will he Improved immediately
ami the Company design building a hotel
and railroad depot on the townsite. Moth
hiiililinu- will he handsomely ornamented
The hotel will be built two stories high Mini
contain thirty rooms.
The Directors of the Prtebjlerian College
of Chicago, design putting a college build
ing on the ground as soon ns practie it.le.
There k plenty of good oak wood which cau
be bud delivered at the rancho al from $-1 lo
t-l.nO per cord, and common lumber can be
delivered at RS per thousand.
The climate la healthy. The rancho Is not
more than 16 miles from the hca coast
and the ocenn breeze fans the valley, puri
fying the atmosphere with In v igonu my
effect. In the day time the air is soft and
dry and always mild, a little cooler at night,
hut never more than being comfortable.
As a health resort, none In Southern Cali
fornia nn surpass in natural ml vim Inge*,
this beautiful district of land, with its w „ rm
springs of mineral water containing sulphur,
iron and soda, its proper elevat ion above the
sea, pure, dry ami gentle air, with beautiful
scenery all around, em but confirm tlie aa
sertiun t hat as a health resort it cannot be
excelled, especially for catarrh, throat and
It Is the Intention of the Com|iany, as soon
ns the Ia ml is subdivided, to sell in tract*
from a town lot upward nt prices that r uiuot
hut satisfy' actual .settler-. The prices will
he classified according lo the merits of the
property. One-third down, balance in one
CHARNOCK, MORRILL A ROBINSON,
Parties desiring Information will address
CHAS ( lIAKNOCK,
P. O. 801 388, Los Angeles, Cal.
Rooms No. ll and 12 WTdney lllock, (up
stairs) Kirst -treet, between M tin and sprint;
W. K. KOIUNSON Coltou, Cal., or
C. L. MUKKILL. Temecula, Cal.
We have Just received some of thn most
elegant and Nobby HATS and CAPS ever
brought to this city, and take pleasure in
asking inspection of our goods and a com
parison of our prices.
O. IM l_>.
Next to Wells, Fargo A Co., Main St.
103 Aliso St, Corner Alameda.
The llighert (a»h Price p" 1,1 hi ncennd
hand good* ul all descriptlona
Furniture hmightlatid sold at lowest rale*.
French Dyeing a specialty, and satlHfsctloa
MAY & FLANIGAN.
A. M. EDELMAN,
OFFICE-17 North Haln Btreet, Loa Angelea,
Cal. Koomo lti aud 17, lUllmaii block. ■ep24if
NEW TO-PAT WKW TO DAY
Harper & Reynolds Co.,
[CAPITAL STOCK 1250 000 ]
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hardware, Stoves,
Metals and Tin Plate.
Sole Agents for Perry & Co's celebrated Brighton Ranges,
Charter Oak Btoves and Ranges, Golden Star Oil
and Gosoline Stoves and Ranges.
Specialties in Builders' Hardware. Mies Locks.
A Large Stock Sacramento Vitrified Stone Sewer Pipe.
48 and 50 Main, 61 and 63 Los Angeles street, Los Angeles.
Special Lines of Dry fools!
We have specially Imported for this Season's
Trade a large and full assortment of
SILKS, SATINS, LADIES' CLOTHS,
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, HOSIERY, OLOVES,
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,'
LINENS AND MUSLINS I
These goods have been purchased for cash
from Manufacturers only, and will be placed be
fore our customers during the ensuing week at
Extraordinary Low Prices!
COR. MAIN & REQUENA STS.,
Xjo« Angoles. Onl. octs
Oar fiiliiliDf Camp, 1„
will be hold IhlH mmith at
100 and 102 Los Angeles St., Cor. of Requena St.
OVER 500 CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS. Etc.,
These vehiolen will not he some fixed up to show, but will be inch aa we are
lam the Sole Director of this Show and as is usual when
Directors make Exhibits I shall get away with all the
Premiums. Do not fail to see this
Manotli Carrie Mli!
It beats everything ever seen in this country. My Exhibit
will cover two floors, each 50x153 feet. On the lower
floor you will see
STUDEBAKER PARM AND SPRING WAGONS.
The upper floor will be devoted to Carriages, Buggies,
Phaetons, etc. My doors will be open to the public, who
are invited to inspect our repositories. Do not fail to
walk through and inspect the magnitude .of our business.
It will repay you for your trouble.
S. W. LTJITWIELER, Director,
100 AND 102 LOS ANGELES ST.
Lord & Fisher,
— WHOLESALE AND XX.TAIL DIALMI IN
Boots and Shoes!
FINE STOCK, LOW PKM KS.
SQUARE DEAL, ATTENTIVE SALESMEN.
WE ABK YOU ALL TO CALL.
IVOIITTH SPJRIWa BTRDHT.
LaWIS MWMM' OOLCMMB.
BOOTS, SHOES, SHOES, BOOTS,
Shoes, Boots, Shoes, Boots,
SHOES, BOOTS, SHOES, BOOTS, SHOES, BOOTS.
What A Pity!
WHAT A SACRIFICE,
What a Shame.
But 'tis the order of the House and
Must be Complied With.
BOOTS and SHOES
Are Piling In upon I s by the
Oases on top of cases.
THOUSANDS OF PAIRS.
Our Large! and Spacious Quarters are Jammed aud Packed
PIT TO DOME WITH OASES ON TOP of OASES OF
Boots and Shoes.
We shall hold a
The very flnest ns well as the medium grades shall be
Kor the Hole purpose or giving us room to unpark our goods,
ROOM WE MUST HAVE.
ROOM WE ARE COMPELLED TO MAKE.
ROOM WE SHALL HAVE,
Cost What It May !
X price* will tell
These Goods Sliall Fly I
The prices at which onr goods shall be sold will leave *o
room iv the minds or the doubting public but that
MEAN EXACTLY WHAT THEY SAY,
Mm Prices Shall Rbip
Whether you are In Immediate nee-l or not It will substantial
ly Compensate You by making Immediate purchases.
Boots and Shoes for One-Third their Value.
Such a Sale as this was never before known, and we ven
ture to predict will never again occur.
ALL GOODS, ALL MAKES, ALL QUALITIES,
SHALL BE SACRIFICED ALIKE I
BOOTS AND SHOES AT SACRIFICING PRICES.
SACRIFICE, SACRIFICE, SACRIFICE !
Sacrificing Prices Snail Reign supreme!
101 AND 103 NORTH SPRING ST.,
LO. ANGELES, CAL.