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War Department Signal Service,
Dlrl.lim nf Telex-rams .ml Iteport. Ht the
iwioeflt nil nininercc and Agrlculliire. Bo
port of obeervalloni nkcii ol Aufelea.
California, Ootobof «. lotol:
Maximum Thcimmneler, »01l
Minimum I lu-run.meter. VI I.
Tiic nt—i i iii uiugi, ,i tatyolog
flllo In llio l.lcko 111 lhe I.l,iiiii
Thetlrnud OpOfa ll ,wa. ernwded lost
night to heat Holier! II lliger.oll. the great
Arch priest uf the mure vulgar furton uf
ognnxtlcisiii, lei-lure ou "l>rlhink*ay " lv
the ■Hio the audience wn. cnipusad ul
ju-ople w tin iKilicve.t liml their nwn vagary
ul liellei wa. urlhinluky olid tltot overy
httf else's WM helerinlnay, which fla..lfl
ratluu rosoamda iii that nf a great Kngll.h
wit Between nnr reader, nnd the wall, the
Hon Huh I. n iHaippolutinuiit lotaOOl who
have l.e--,, I,ted up In reverence nf Ihe
|il,t, indug,,-il Indicia nl Hall and Hpurx
hclu and the phy Ingunmlc il n..Hulls ul
UTooOl rhore la „,i a line „f gonltil dla
Oonlkle ell In-r it, Hie eunluiir nf his hOftd "i
the play nl his fuelnl angle.. With a really
Inferior head, n coaroe mouth, au niu-.c
phy«|.|iie and a peuilenliary clip -l Imii,
the Hun Itnlicrt Q. lOfOrOOll, ODtll he
opens hi. in,null. I. urn delated
in aiiriici il yarage ocoui /.
Wllh Ihe 11111.- advolllllinui alda
ol t.urrit curk. 1„- wnilld mak I ap
palling rival tn Hilly Mice a. mi "end man"
Inn Nigger Mln.lrcl rami lan, and we
believe that I lid .ttscuul Hilly nil hid
low In the aprnad uf that i I sy itipnlliollc
organ, the human mmith Hut waiving
tho«j llule incidental developmtiita or
oHearffaacNicnf., a. Ihoy mlghl I ailed, oo
cording |o the caprice "I lhe apoolttor, Col.
IliKcr.ull pria-eeilcd 1., la) llilisllalllty
In line style. In layuf nl onr llcl.ralc follow
Oilliona, it hlch extnrted a llmllod atouuiit
ol appl.u.o until Hu- clement temporarily
fm I round I'm rOdlMlbUbU I'uluiiel
gotOf foi Muses mn) the Mouiil Hlnni ilia
ponaotlnn like o oatomounl cliitiliiiig lur a
persimnimt lugersnll'n "Kiiay' pmvoil, on
auu), l" ht sun ther nek'l lietendiixy,
anil cut llchrcw follow elttoODa were left
heavily and grlovoualy early In the light
Robirl H nhorlly gut down tv the neverol
I.inns uf llu- existing rlirlslinti rcllkhin in
lOOst ihapO. He (rOttßOd Ihem ill a Hurt ol
it m. lii which I a11,..He rnrlonltln., Pre.
hyirrlan potrlfaotlona, Boptlal braiollilMosd
Mcthuillsl mummeries nn alllterallvegronp
DUnl In Which WO strictly follow his own
CMder, flgurcd. Alter an array nl lhe order
ii Ills missiles Hihgcutle ngli.iNtlcpriiceeili.il
tuglve particular Hades In nlloonl any Hint
ofChrlattan bollef thol tried lo icsctie the
ilclinsod h.iinliro friilo fellchlsm. Hu wa.
O'lle, He w,. clii'iuelit He was mail.la
I oils He was tilisululely and hnpclensly
crrallc, cmtlc and unreliable. He drifted
int.. In. priatOd lecture, nnd there we leave
him, with Ihe snflly murmured prayer
"May ti,nl have mercy on hia nuiil. Allien!"
Mr. ft. L Bsnnlnt, al lan Pedro, war, la
UM ' Hy yesterday.
R F. House "nd will', nt I' a, are
raflderee «i tb* St charier
Mr. I. M. Moll, editor ol llu Mrenlda
jrVm md IfcrMcaHaWrt, last ihe hi. Charles.
laha Ulaa, ihe retsrsa itegs proprietor
ol Ventura, l« registered al ihe Ht. llharlea.
Mr. j. c. Hamaaa, Deputy Sharif of
Venturaenmity,arrived tn tbeslty yastar
aobart 0 [ntenolt, the leoturer, Kgwro-
Mated by his wife ud daughter, la al tbe
Frank HI nnrhlfr, the well BfiOWa Xl inner
<>f aoaaoas, wsi in the riiy yesterday oa lm
porlaul t,u-l ~
Mr Win Uni ties, i.ne ul lhe nl.l |.l,.lleer
aajta owasrs and a laim owner of real »•«
Ht,- iii thi" eiiy. arrival resraaiay *i the hi.
Mr. \. Hrlgdcn. ol Ibe lilkli Han liabrlrl
Mesa, hi, In lhe city yvMerday. He la now
mtaaraldstof hli vintage, t»m hiui.a the
ornp ralher lli(ht.
C'l. llrew liny ban heen in lawn a lew ilayn
emfcktawu*. We regret ihai Mra. (Hy'i
p,a,r b.iallh MU'K,'-ie>l Hi liilllnaiiim
rnmpanyltig them lo their aorjsg al Uaveiln.
Mr. Hen Dreyfus.tif Anaheim, was In the
city yesterday. He Is actively engaged In
crushing foreign varieties ol grapes, but
will oomtnanco on Mission grapoi next
The many friends of Col. Oray, the archi
tect of our superb l.ruud opera House, will
be ph-iseil lo h-arii lhat be 1- again in our
mhl-t our v eoiui.llshed friend is lioW ell
terialuing a propositi.>n to creel a new thee
plan temple In Han Francisco.
Mr. D. c s,-„Held, on his proaenl u-it to
Ixl* Angele*. i* ueemnpiuieil by his father,
who occnsionally looks lv up. -. Mr.
Hcnlleld, s.-nior. who was here four year*
ago, expre-.se- hhn-elf as surprised ami tie
lighted at the stride- made by our clly luthe
Mr. F. C White, of Pomona, the leading
olive grower of this couuty, was lv lhe clly
yesterday lv opposition to lhe Idea thut
olive trees did imt bent till ihcy were five
yenrs old he has a grove In hetringnt ten
Aye years nf age. Comment Is unneces
Mr. P. L Washburn has gone to Antelope
Valley. Like John tlie baptist he will be
crying in the wilderness, bin it is earnestly
lo be hnped that no d uiscnuse w ill get aw ;u
with hi-bead on a-aherof anything else,
but lhat he will make the rough plooe.
f.month and the crooked places -nalglu be
fore he reluriis.
Mr. Kidney Palmer, of Palmer A Hey, Is iv
Loh Angeles. He comes down here to re
habilitate his health, which has mi lie red
mime shocks from the trying climate of S.tn
Francisco. As he 1- an ex COW boy he will
not be long in establishing a general average
in the genial weather which Ii prevalent
Mr. It. s, Roneour, of Katnaour Rrothora,
Florence, was lv the city yooterdoy on Duet
ne*s lie presented lhe Hkkald, from
the Arm, a sample nf the Hm-l apple*
ever produced in the country, grown
on their gre.tt stock ranch at ft or
enee. below the city. The apple- were
pippins and Hrnlhti J. mat han-, -onu- ..f i In
former being fifteen inches hi elreumicr
cure. The Knmsnur's iv addition to keep
Ing 700 hogs, show that they cau also rairae
the fiiie-l of deeiiluou- fruit
Board of Supervisors.
Wkknesday, October 8, IHM.
Board met pursuant toa.ljotiriimet.t pres
em, In peri isor- Prager, (ilroux, Tracy, Wnl
dron, M.k—er. Ooboro, and the Clerk,
The County Auditnr Is hereby allowed
12 assistant- | a complete the usses-ineiil roll,
itt v sti uy oi (list p.-r month eich for tbe
time Mtuolly employed,
The Tax Collector is liereby allowed two
deputies nt it salary nf $100 each per month
for the time at;nia!l> employed.
BnHrd adjourned to meet Monday, Novem
ber 8, 1884, at 10 O'clock A. M.
Mr. E. 0. Davis, of Short street. \.-ter,tuy
presented the HKlt.tl.U oflice with n four
legged chicken, one of a br I of eight
chicks, all hatched wllh four teg- each, The
chick- failed to survive their advent Into
the h'l-iiii'-- iniere-ls of this world, ami so
Mr. Davis employed a laxidermisi to pre
serve one of the chicks for the ben, tit of the
curious, am) left it at the llKKtl.lt nffice f.tr
public inspection. The preserved qtiadru
ped-hird w ill be sent to the World's Fair at
New Orleans, to show what a leg 08] the
chickens of California Inherit.
Passengers Due From the East
The following is the li*t of passengers
from the Fast, via the s mi turn route, lo ar
rive in Los Augeles al It.M p. H. to-day,
aoeciaUy telegraphed La the Hkhald from
OA Tattle,' New Vurk;C B Ciution, s%n
■HJ C 8 rwatutr, L W Coo. gm FruncLsro,
JSBogun. Hi n-. ii .1 X McMorrU, Silver
City: O King. New V,,rk Mr. Irsutuui,
Special attention fs called to the notice
elsewhere calling upon the Cleveland
uniform to welcome tin- Messrs. I). M Sp
inas nnd Waller 11 ls-\y, who are p. uddre.s
h.'.ped Tlm| H< .ii.«' ,l (i.i'irds '« a
mau. The Hel Valle (luard.s uud dleveUnd
Cadets are also exptH'ted lo turn out
The Minor Courts.
Before Justice Mug, yesterday, Loula Zer
boni WOO fined $$ for disturbing the poooe.
C p. H. Staiger, on n charge of malicious
misrhtef, will have a heoring on October
I he May.tr fined Jhitii-s Key* $' for drnuk
euess, aud gave four tramps ten days each
People's Party Nominations.
A few RMlow riti/.-us. KllertheH*iO.WW.dOo
bent, yesterday mmiinun-d Maji>r Isaac Kin
ley for Cotigrc., Alfred Moore for Township
Justice. WW .■lay io rCil j Justice nnd J. W
"»'''■"» 1 H w Olaagow f.. r i onstables
mm n0mn,.,i,..m make Im.-ii,,.ss h.r the
printer m priutinH h
Tbe Castiet.m Company will open at ihe
Opera House lo night In lhe musical nnd
novel play of "All at Sea." Those wlhliluk h
night of real amusement should not fail to
nee ll; "but for goodness sake don't ->*) I told
>«»• " _
Business at the Recorder's Office.
The b'isiticss of the Recorder's office ye.
terday consisted of the record of eleven
deeds, three mortgages, ai* satisfactions nf
mortgages, four miscellaneous record« and
no marriage license*.
DOWNEY CITY FAIR.
A IlKHlinmr ftntl Hi Hill tfnl IH*- |
I'll* > — Data ■•• i f'ttv nikn a I
'l n....... .11 Uloalar —Waal thr
Hall ran Pradaro When
aged I til. 11 lainl 11 .
The Fair •if the lam A imelea fnum. A*rl
cultural An«K>fjttlnti iinened nn In. ] > Nt
llnwiii-) I lly ami |irnvril tn ho nn Itnuii-tise
auereaa. A Urgi- ti-til contain, nn Intnion...
ellilliltof thr (rillt, itralli mill fmf MMI ■
iif 1.00 Anitele. rtiuuty ot which our
penal, mliht tool aroOv. Not only tin- fruit.
Htm mm mm* loooe, mm tCeoeiblMt ru
tnoilr nl rholrr lilixhlml stork thol emu
in.u.le.l iniii-h ailinlratlnll
Mnrhrrnllt In iliii-In Mr H C flail. ut
thU clly, thr Prclilciil ul ISO Assis-'Ullnit.
lot lhe Ifno -I ~ ol live .lurk ami hmi
|.r.«lnci. Owluit fu on occi.li.nl. the r.-qiilar
r*aortofiheFairf«lll •, iin tail tlx lira
aMi 111 time fur liul.lie i 11..11 i.-t.r.1.) I lie
following 1. 0 list ..111 rlti-li-s eilillilteil
IHJMM i ii i' ImlwC mn m mtK
ol.li 111 c ir. .1 W I .le, I nWi-.r.1-.iril. II
r M.nl.ir.l. I htuhol v.lilt.- .■■•in. I htiottal
yellow ri.m. tl i-irs while com, aaonloM
|~,,,e,,rii. 1,1 in cm. cm •■" --oik.. .»m|.l.-..
ii 'll Hinilli. I h..|... Iluhorl > re.
~,„ .I,lk „h|le .ml yellnw. I hna. Al
!,.„ ~„.k ~,,,'„ ,1 M X Krankrl. hii.ln-l
aura m A I la* im, id c ir- cm un -talk,
.«„,„... i, I I.'liii M.ill iraaaileliai, 111
era cm M iri.n I■. 1-r.cm In alolk.
|IU 1.1..11 ' II I Hiulm.l. ..lie halt huah
c 1...-, I-. I -I Mir «. IW" varle
!,''„,'„ Mil! V.i r''^M'!.M,,"r. , ''',!," l M|.l l l','?
, , t , - » in im ■ l.h.ek H,. trilali iv.uer
r.'.l'. .1 X ltrelll/.1. OWn, |e.!i,|'.llllr. ll
« Mm In'll |iiliii|ikllia; .1. Prlliille, ap1.1..
Jell). Itr.il.e Jelly Mr. Hkl.lln.,re, aim ilrli-il
i..mi! y'elliiw' . .ni 'lli'.l»"l' M!"!re!"'lill'lll|!
kin., c il.l.iite-, X I. Ilarnell. .weelin.ii
U>H I I' s n'lielt. turnips, I lm II H.
Klith, I'll I IppllW, liprll',.l.. pMBlm,
Mora, plums, (rap.-*, iieel irltiea, prune..
.I..hn Hull, awi-el |..il-.ti.,--. 11. 11. Hunch,
|.c I- I It HUH., c i.li,r henin, Kiryptimi
. in I I- I il.loell. liiur naterineli.lia; T
II Here. , U ll varieties 111-all., two nt pcaa,
Iwnnf enrn, flic nf e.i1,1,»|(,.5, cue ~( Inliae
en. I ctieiimlicrs, li.ur ~1 tiniiali*-a, imp
nl c irr.ita, mil'nl lu-cla. line nl turnips, two
nl raillahea, four nl onions, twn 111 ai|UAallea,
<»f w-.ili-riiM-l..tis, ..I ukro. three nf
p..t,it..cs. f «wcel i«itiit.ie., ..lie ..I let
[tm, Olfalf il ime bushel; J. Ilnrl.iu.
three varl.-tie. cm :1) f lliivltlsun, straw
lierry i-nrtl; 11. 1' Hiiiifiinl, limr lluliliiril
' 111 vision I r I Htnekoell, tll.plav nf
ikHM; iMMI lice. r-ill "I l.illler. W. M,
un. live mil. l.illler. I' 11 I'.iliimr, sin mil.
hilller. Mra. H li fruitier | lil'a, H|.l.lea;
Mi. 11 .< 111, Mcil.iiiKh, .ll.play nl Iclllea.
MlssMmlltc Ilirlliiitti.ii. .li-pliy ..I jellies;
Mr.. VY. f. Il.illiiiali. .llsplny nl Jellies; Mra.
Hklilinnre. .Ilsplay of 1011 lot; Mi • Harnett.
rniiiTß Awn ri.nWRKH.
Illvlaliin I— M J. Mrlioiixli, thirteen varlo
llea apple., twn varieties p.-.irs II M Milch
■•11. three variolic, apples, .I. li. 11 linyea.
three vartelle. apples, f; I.r-i\nine varle
He. apples; B, It Hliiiic, aix viirletlea ap
pies: /W. Cote, alxtoon vorletle. opohM;
Jnliii rliaiuii'iii. fi.iir vnrictlca apiilca: lli-n.
Ilarler. aevenleeii varietlea H|i|ileH; .Mr.
Hklilinnre. -In variolic.. Hpploa; A. H.
ttray, eluhl varlellea A|i|ili.a, variety
aVi'.'.'-m C"',i,-.-i.,ci". ' KllliViali 'w^hMlh' , S'
T, I'.iruln, l.nirleeli variolic, aliplca: J. 11.
I n.ike, Ihrcc variolic, po.ir-, llilrtccii vatic
tic. aiinlc-: J 11. l-lerce. f.hir viirletlea op
pio- till Mlooarl. ~x 1,1 tilt nf lleclilui.U,
He,., .1 I \\ ,||,,.,.. „,„ ll il.rlel, etllll.ll ul
cllrua Ircc, i. W Wull. alx variolic, uf
apple-. Ii M. McUaiiKC, fxlill.lt nl liripca,
E I. Mariiclt. ten v.irlcllca nl orapc.. Kit
I tjrlor, ottlota IMpot; J 0. It. Hiyinw,
II t oro-l I | hi-.. IV I- Kaat, mio
Vorloly nf i.oaolto. .-Xlill.it nf e.ir.leii, flelil
an.l lluiver h I. 11. Maaim At tin , law
AllKolc. Mr... V. It J. I'll.||,ill ill. eihllill
cnl lluiver., ii P I'arauiia. Knitllah wnlnilta;
il II luvl. wtlntlU, anlt ahcll walnula. J.
Ilarluw. waliiul.. Il.iiiimcrik lii liler. .lUpluy
nl jfowtrlni plauti i cut iowera
(1 It. Hunch, oiOiuiiallc car cuiiplcr. Mnr
tlu l.upcr. farm pale;.! Hciikc he.lite trim
in. I lla-koll A ltlohlirilai.il. 1,.,. Aliitclca.
une hur nlllviilur ami hnr-c lino cm
bTnod, Amorlcili fruit oviipnr ilur, Huluiil
sulky iii.ni, ill pilrpi.ao pi.ivv.uno hnr.o .lee!
pli.w, V. X llrccll, l..is AiiKclca, llnllail iy
ulii.liiilll In ~per ill loe.l nrlniler, .Ir iw
mill .talk cutter, hay lurk -. ptffaipa.
Mrlolon 1 Mliiilauu MoOlura,baat
hll.il ul n lie*.irk.
nivi.ii.ii i him Unu lloaoouih, btM ex
hll.il uf hair Murk . Alice Hall. n«c.l lit vcira.
arlltlclal vvie ilh: Mra. f. V. Kicks pilch
wurk,|Ulll Mis- Kllllll ■ M uititumcry, aril
flcl.il ivroalli. Mr-. It M S.ekell, piloinvik
iiillll. Mis. Xi a McOurc, uec.llo.iurk
Mrs. ('. A. Mel'rjry, wax llnwcra, iciiliyr
tinners. Mrs. f II limey, ..no silk uullt:
Mr. V 11. Willis. wnrMeil wrcnth.
Mrs. Hlrchetlo. plllnw slums: Mrs. Ames
Harris. ~,,111. Mrs T. K. Au.lreivs. hair
w..ik. «-pli>r.ti.l). .'rnelicl. li.lv, rue. Mr,
Am in.1.1 Ski.liner, .iiiili Mr< K. M M ilheivs,
. .ni.i n . in. Mi » i . inhm-., ...In
i.111..« . Mr. Prln. month uf wax tinner-.
Ml- l.co I'r.inell. inly nli.l cilshlnna; Annie
rllenarl. .hull K.inlilc Wull, uur.lo.l
wrcnth. KlKi W.ilf. luil.-i set. ril.l nurk .
Mr- s f. Kramer, lie.l .pro.i.l, iviiulnn lain
l.ropillti, what Mi - I' in. Ski.ln,.,re,
tiily. i-r iitv p.'ilclnvnrk.iulll; Mrs ,l„lin l uxe.
1.a1.i luiKity mln- Mrs. A. J. 11, lie, roil.|iiilt
Mrs, K. tin run , p ilclnmrk .|iillt, Mr. M.
•••"hi.."'. •-tV.il" inly. Mln' ►cl;'Mr"' r 'u , v!
slpi-irs. Inn li.lios. Miss I. ,\1 Hindi. lialr
Work: Mrs. Slouarl. lace; Sualc Curiim,
-liiicii i.oniii iuslilp cirl uit.ler In ream.
Klvlslmi Nn. :l.- J.H Allisun.eriynuilr ny
lng;«. I' Vincent, nmp; .1. fr.iwcll, tv ip, W
I. Wiiruer. ■■xlill.lt nl ..11 pilnliint- vi line
hnr-os, Mr MI to he tier, uf iVi.ailou i, orn> nn
Klvlalnn Nn. I Mr- t. K. ■fOWII, lai» All
«elcs, cm lire ul, il lie it hrcnil: Mra. li
Keeker, .li.play nl ,l,une-Hc l.re.ul Ml.-. K.
li-llu Allen, ,11-plni uf iluliu-110 lire.nl Mi-,
Mninlo ■ > trliiiKt.no. .Imne.-lic lirciul, Mrs.
Tierce, light l.ren.l. pnlaln voist. I,la W.ilf,
like 101 l veins, c.rtl 1.rc1.1. X Wull. I.is.-ult,
Jasper lice, .luinesilc 1.rc1.1. yens! titi.l salt
ii Iti i ~ I. t. - i, I it ah tin l.iv nl, cru l.n-iil,
MTtotonl 49.c Homiotrdlaplafofoarp,
Klvl-lnn Nn. 1 —11. 0. V late, hull tlx
fnr.l lluke lhe s mil.cw, II il nck-iinl SI v; 1,
Hamucl .Inhiisiui. lull I Vtuly lull i If
Hull ip trtc ,1 MI I nk. cull Doln. C. A.
I .uriii-iii. I.illl lliiicliain. hull call .lake, cuw
I year- uhl, cv :l year, nl.l, twn hcilcra.
Hlvi.ini, No, 1- Joraori Dor-id Uno,
hull Oooly, Hi mm, His nl.l. W. 11. tlrr, hull
IHiisiun is arode ens ii. t\ Vonoblo,
Division li- II,.Mollis: li. .1. l-rin.llc. hull
call Hilkc, . Uli.nlhs nl,l
I'ivl.lmi la. Jicks: N. N. I'iHikc, Ken
tueky j.ck Napoloon.
llivlalnn I—T. H. TlorOO, Rcrkshlrc ai.wa,
i,ne year nl.l ami iiver. WW llrr, pair uf
boor phja, pair ol oowplaa.
Klvl.lnn I-Kntcreil hy Jna. T Hrnnn. Uw
Aiikclcs, II lan chickens, lielu Hraliln i~.
I'lyninnlli ruck-, hlnck Spinish. while l.cc
hnriis. Sliver Spani-leil Hmnliurgs, Lang
alums. J S Alllsnn. liinll-ll phea»aills; .las
per lice. t'.K'k Hun,ni1,,,,,-. ii,.,,rge Man
■ting. I'ekln ilncks: Mra. V. K. J. t liapinaii,
-even cute, nl canaries; Master II Hart,, !!.
two eagoo of fradoa bwut,
0 Tliayor outers tlire year nl,l MoUltM
Vmiug Alph Hichiii.mil, hlnck in ire. Klpp.
limwn in ire Susie X istiunn, cult -XI: J- 8.
Ilueh.l enter- c.ll "1 |, v Wei',. .11,1 Ul.tre
Mullie: W W, llrr cittern cult Muse.. In,,
year, old, OIK Idll Oil) year n1.1.W. M.
i, M Ha.ler cuter-...rrcl hur.e ch-mtia 'l 1
II Brown, hone Dandr; m l.upcr. tiiiev
War. nv. one yoor old.
~,-.il I. M Hike enters year
cli. I Itlltcuei culers iw,', year nl,l c„l\
i loiol.in.l, une year nl.l cult St. Juhti. cult
■SI Nellie S C I l„.ui|,s,,li enters „r„i marc
I'ctirl, f.mr year, ~1,1, urny hnrse .iuiuhn,
Inur year, nl.l. .1, M I'lark . liter- hlnck
stnlllnn Hie veils ul.l. Mini,, Super enters
twn ye ir ~1,1 Mamie Kclm. mic ye ,r ,1,1
Heelo, ,-,il ~f -s|, llitMnn.l I liief, two year
..1.1 Mm Ijueeii .1 , Kullaliil outer, grnv
stnlllnn; 11, Wnlt.ui cuter, l.nv innre Het. J
li. 1 mini enter, hit lille'i Mtrv K eufs
driving team Maggie and Klur'a X; T.
I'licney enter, hnnnl mare fly.lc: W W.
nrr enters l,r I marc liuiitilc.
Z T li Ks., . uf l.us jgatgeli-s, made a
l.riel. Instrucllic ami cnc.rirciging a.1.1r.-s
nnd Mr. Juhll Knllalnl, uf Nmivalk tunica
sllnri and iilitu.llig -pcech. The president,
Mr Piatt, iv a. cvcrywlielc prc.eiu, t„,,k,„g
ciaritlnng lively vim-rever lie went.
In ihe indie, r.i ti the nfter i Mia.
I .IM-. nf the Kaneliilu. hnre aw iy prije
Ir.un Mrs t uiiimiiiit.. ..fxtnla Am
In Hie jumping iv tt, Ii Mr tjiiitin. ~f liuu
itey. t.a.k the |,rl«cufn sliver cup.
The -co I ,la, ~| the l.n. Angeles fnunty
Fair al Kuwiiey passed uiT ve-lerday null
uii.llminished interest, the ftr-t etTurt ■■!
such n nnliirels aliyy. ta ken t,„;,| ~f w,lh
nt'nhle I,'i'V'he 'en'tn'i'iimily"at' large. The
1 de 111 lhe Inner purlim, uf th. inly,
and e.| lolly in the 1,.s Nlet.,. valley, hmc
taken 1i..nl lit a .pirlt which eiince, a
dclcriniliallun tn .!...» what their ...11 can
pr.i'luce uud tn what extent Hie p,,..i1,ii,i,..
nf the i try un-. They realize that there
I. im heller manlier nf slum ing 1,, the new
, r what they cmc In mid in adverli-ing
lhe pniduct- nf the land, linn „, gatln-r
111, in up and make ctiihliied display nf the
whnlc A very lnrge iiumlier of \ pie at
tended the fair, milling fri.m far and near,
mid In aim,isl every ronpect 1,, »tr.,nglv
' -Iggotlvo nl the old time galliertng
when i ity Inlrs were first made a leading
leal,ire nf the ctimillg up nf the fnll so la.iti
tin- hmllciillurnl uud ogrlcnlturnl disidny
wn. really n.lunl.liliig; cm stalks which
MOmod as llmugli a ntep ladder would
I.c tc'tuircd tn rend! the ears; pump
k1,,. and VOtormcliins nf nearly nit liuu
dr.d p..und- weight,nnd deciduous fruit, iv
gloat i,in. l> aud numhers. A walk aruund
the Br..und. n.oild del,glu the eye of the
nvcruf line -tuck, the showing ~f splendid
h.ii.c-at..| ll,ur.,'igl,l,re,l ctlle and hugs
wa-cve. 11,1,., lomoii.it.alliigthnllhiahrint.il
of the larinet - u,-c,i v .iii,„, Wk , receiving
descried ,t„i tntellig,-,,, „,.,. ,
inestlc fowls which might rank al must a.
heauliful, nor tl„. ~,, „„,, jM ~ ,j "
al.le liumlier. the oxliil.iilm, n,i-,itr, c
lor nil nrf.ilr, mid ig v.. iplen.c emigre
gnltmi m ule lite licslnfir. " '
The lv in igcr-. . .pee, 111 \| r P] ,„ ,h,.
I'reshleiit nn.l Mr Willi., s, , renin „ r ,'. ~„
titled tv groin credit fur lhe re.nil.',',( tboir
The fiillnwiiig award, nf prominma won
iiiade lns! o*ooloo
r. 11. MlM.lt* Co., H» Spring street. Urn
Angeles. n very hand ~• ~.nihil,
| H ■iimu-r .v' (iridcr had on t-xliihitinu n
•'■•• display as 11 was largely dec'
uralednul, 1,1,1 cri I.hulls, il was clearly cv I
,1,-nt their efforts were fully npprccinled. A
1,-, l ~l'.r ~-tiie feature uf their disidny wn,
n carp pond iv the shape of n hoal, in which
' wen-n g I sl.a-k uf carp nnd c-itfl.h. The
crowd gathered nruutid this |nilnt and 1 iaa
I gercd long, expressing adiniraliou.
A\(.r:u:s daily umwAxym i.sdav MonyiiKa, oi'vomin o. I**4.
I B Plall, T A 'loroy and Wm C.rnther.
was lhe Jury tax fruit, aud awarded dcrv
lug premiums on apple, to
/ W-t'itate* laiwiiey, for the boat nine va
rlvtl- I the host display, two premium.
Hon llerte., Kowney. for the h*.t two
...ii. ■ - first premium
Jna.. Ut.w.rt. Downey. be.t three varle
tie.. (Ina premium ...
Pear. J. W MclJ.tlgh, Kouchlto. loyal all
varletie.. first premium
Wm. Campbell, Arte.la. beat three vario
lic., find premium
Hi Uil'.r, lo.wticy. Ib-.I variety, fi rat pre
"ij'rape. - Jame. Htcwart, Ih.wney la-.l
twelve varletie., flr.l premium; alan for
1 I, flatliett, Knwuey, tni.t tlx rarletle.,
flr.t premium, aim. beat three variolic..
KIT Toying, Kowuey, bent .Ingle variety,
I rat premium.
i .... n T. Kaat, Ihiwuey, bontdl.
plat of peaches, flr.l Jir. inlum
ill ifnyncs n lit isplay nf peach
... I the conn.tti c rccoinillctulcl n - ~,ta
Klgs- Jnnie. Htcwart, beat three varletie.
vI figs, flr.t premium.
I lie I 'nil!lulth I llnr.es, composed "I
v \ spildlng. Itieu. WilMiu. nwordeil Hie
~,.her.il piirjinse driving lu.r.c. I. 11. 1.1 X
hi. Pas-ulelln, llrsl |irctulniu secuiul proml
~m, W 11. Itubltinou. Santa Ana.
|....,l.le li am, general driving pOrprxaea, I
.1 I mail, Norwnlk. first premium, -cc..ml
premium, O W. I'n minings, Santa Ana
Iruttiiie koray, li Keeker. Downoy, Brat
irotllng bred .tnllluns, four year, n)d Md
over I' Iltloe, Wag lirideh Mr Me-t,.u
and Mr Mcliarvlii awarded In W. tl. Bab
liisuli. Santa Ann, llrsl premium, tlircn year
~|.| class, first iireiiiluiii lv fj I liny er. Imw
rnttjm krM iwetea, taw year- gM ami
.nor Klr-t picmluu, n, I 1,,,s rnnnvnil, Nor
wnlk;sel I premium. K. A Kdwarda, l.us
Pottl year nl.ls, -„, IoM I. *. Hlxhy.
I'asad flrsl iireiiiluiii .eend [.remlillii.
li - Bpltin, i-
yearling-.. Hutting brads-Fly* premium,
M iitiii Lopoa, liowncy.
Heneral purpose slnllli.tin, Inur yeara nld
I oicr i apt .1 I' iilnl.il ii. Kowney, llr.t
Herd .1a111,,n mi,l llrsl ol his get, line year
old first premium, I i|il tiliddeii.
stallion mid five nf Ids get iindcr i.lie yoar
Flic yenr. old mul titer First premium,
J. M. rfock, Nnrwulk
llrade PerNlmns. I yenrs nld flrnl premium.
J. Kiilnlid, Nnrwnlk.
s nd. 11. H Wordlaw. F.I Monte.
Same, three yeara uhl, Mr. Htiickti.li. C.ilnp
lOU, rlrnt premium
tirade Nnrmnii pair tiiarca, flr.t preniltlll],
Mr Wcldull, Flureiicc, sec,md prcmlliin lv
Mr. I hi.mpaoli, Axit.a.
I lie sjiorls nf Ihe dny cnunlsled uf a linit
r ice, ono mile, hovimi enlrien, wnti byViul
la,-,, iiiggius, Cirmpton; prxraotoei silver
Knee, unnrter utile d.lnll, Inur clllriea, Willi
hy William Klllult. Arleala.
Kxhlhltlun uf anred ol Horse, by A. Her
rill, uf Flnreiice, tl. A. t'ulluinu. Uniicliltu,
W in. t.'uinmlllgs, Httita Ana, ami Plntt Hi ~.
At I',i. .tallluu, Hliihnd.
Aiiioug tliu exhibits nf live atock were
specimen. r 'i,tore,l I,y Plntt Hro» A Co. fur
cxhlliltlun only, ciiiislsllug uf pacing stnlllnn
Mlul.ad;al«i> Jersey hull Jcr.cy Chief, two
pens,if Poland Id,lnn uf tho lilitck llcnuty
I'reiiiliiina un puullry, ten 00X900, I. A.
Ilruwll, lain Augeles, tirat pre 111 111 111. Tlie
s| nil tireliiii Hole,] l,y Mr Hr.twtl was
awarded In F it Willis, nl lluwncy. fur heal
exnllilll f grade fuwla.
11 xhlhltluti clnse. tn day by tho nwnrd
lug uf the reinnliilng lircinluina, antl the
nlwnyn Interesting baby MOW.
About that $450,000,000.
Vtw "Anti MiinuinilintH," -•• v illod art! rm-l
ilnjily on the MfWll Ol !<•« Aiikolum h-lluin
iboill f h-m-'i.i.ni lying nil,, lv tlie treaxiiry,
whlli* the ptOfit riMMld have the >>eueni of
the money. A Holler man yexttTflay ou thai
ittirt wiih ejint-t'lally voluhie In the mallt>r.
He evidently had no Idea of what he wan
tnlkhiK ahout If he had read the BtOAthtf
rt'port* lv iin-Mr-.nu.il hu would tuv#*vM
thai while there waH a reported halanut- of
fond- In the treaaury of there
arc demand curt 111.'ale* of dejMwlt Umieil,
p.tyuhle tn gold, ainounttiiK to •'»".""•..
and of allver rurtldcfttea amouutluL' to
i ■ ..i.iKi.inki, ail n«M as ■ t'lrriihitltiK medium
in plMt of tin- mm which rt'iiruist'iiU thuni
hi the trwnaury. wliieli dlNpoaea of $178,100,
--oniiof thin riurpliiH at ouce.
Then then* tin* Imnds din;, und there Ir In-
Ureal due amounting lo HO.OUO.OUO mitre.
fhx.il iUrrv Ih iilwayH a fund ki-pt OH hand
from tlie npprnpriitiloiis .-.nitjri't to the re<jul
aitloii of tin- dl-dmrjdiig ottin rs, -tucli hm
Mtwittl iigfiitH, poKlmitKtcrn und otiu-r-.
I liU now mn.units, witn tlie limits advised
and tn,l prrMMH.xl OrlnbtT Ist, to $:.2,-'.otl,l)W.
Further, there Is a fund .f ♦M.Ouu.Ouu ror the
redemption ol National Hunk DOM and bal-
Miii-r of Postiitliee toeou-ota, making |804,'
IMU.UIJU liattle to he paid out ut uuy time,
wlllirl) leaven the ivallahle funds owned tty
Ihe QoVtrnmgDl Ht 914'i,0U0 iii«t.n<l of
l l:e Soh l're:i>ury nysU'in now In QM Df
Ihe Nntfoii.tl tlovernmont, wa* llu> rrualluii
of that latHlesmau nnd hero, Andrew Jack
sun, completed hy iTesident Van Hureii him!
Preildent Tyler. This system created and
.''■tiiltleted Ity the lieiimer itie party has Iteen
tin- llnuiicl il policy of Ihe Kovernnielit [or
the last fifty years. It in simply pny an ymi
go. And Old Hickory sit id "Hy the Klernal''
II shrill lie so, mid It wna.
If the Hutlcr Antl Monopoly men own Mils
„iii .mn of .MMI,-.1-1,01)0 eluims agiiinst the
United Hlatcs I'rettsury let them send in their
hills and get their money as oi old promised
hy (ielit-rul .luck-sou, nnd followed nut since
his time iislhctradtli il policy of thullov
eminem, und they will see the old J.ickson
lialu > l.irnely reduced, l>ul imt cxloiti-led.
In the meantime, a pcrusul of lhe liKK.vi.n
would Instruct these Auti Monopolists lv
the policy ol the treasury for the pMlludJ
ccniury, uud they might sec lhe hand of
JMIUKM all IMroiiKh lis maiiHgement.
Big Jubilee at Riverside.
on Tue-d iy the people of Blvcrsi.le hail a
grand jolliflcatlou over the settlement of
their water qtlOOtloO. For two years past
there lias been a conflict between the water
company ami (he people that has been very
serious and has depreciated tbe value td
properly lv that nmdem linnlen of F.den to
an extent Hint was becoming serious. Dur
ing these two years negotiations had been
pending between the conteluUiig forces for
the Sale ol Ihe ennuis ami water rights to the
people and several suits have been cum
ineiiced, one of which Is now pending la-lore
On too roturaof L, M. Holt, editor of the
PreM .nol HoHiCUlturUt, from the east a
month ago, he commenced work to bring
ftbonl a -riilcmciit uf the question. Lsst
week his elt'orts resulted in a sale of the
canals by ihe water company, the people be
ing the purchu-eis, on Tuesday lhe people
met to ratify the contract. All business was
suspended; stores were closed, ami schools
tonka \acntlou. The brass bund was out,
the I'nltcd States Hags were tiling tn the
brecae ninl anvils were tired. The citizens
turned oul en masse nnd filled the Citrus
Fair Pavilion. Speeches were made and
the contract was utiuiiiniously ratified. Sev
cm! real estate sales were made at old time
prices and everybody Is happy again. We
congratulate the omnge grove settlement,
and may .Southern California now advance
all along the live with Hlverside.
The H.in Jose .Vrrmru, In speaking n( this
favorite company who will appear all of
ncxl week nt the Oram) Opera House, says:
"This beautiful dramatization of Ohnet's
famous novel was given at the California
Theater Ust evening w ilh signal success by
iln- liri-itier Havic* Combination. Mr. liris
mor as " Philllppe I-erhlny,"thefron master,
won the deep tavor of the audience hy lhe
manly and finished rendering of his part,
while tlie role yf " Lady Claire" was most
admirably ami touch!ugly presented by
Miss Pluebe Havles, who in her emotional
work shows the student ami the artist.
Frank Wright as the entomologist, and L. il.
Stockwell iv the character of a parvenue are
deserving of special praise, and the whole
company Is to he credited with a most cred
liable performance. The scenic effects are
very flue, i bis evening the great I'altfornla
play of "M'liss,"containing several thrilling
scenes and any quantity of the funniest
kind of fun will be presented.
To-Day's Bargains at People's
Today. Utiles' carpet Slippers, *tt cts.
To,day, children's and misses' HoUr tip
button shoes, People's Store.
To d »y, eight Inch c, 7 cts.
To dty, ladles' chemise, Wcords and ten
nicks cmbroiderey trimmed, 64 els.. People's
To day, Indies' drawers three lucirrullles,
ll c ut-, People's Store
To day, ladies' skirts six Inch ruffle edijed
with linen luce and nine tucks, sO cts., Peo
ple ■» Hlore.
To day, children's merino underwear, £ r i
el* , People s Spire.
To-day, boy/a' iwUtttry caps, as cts., Peo-
Today, lace pillow shams, .Acts., People's
To day, opening <if imported dre>s motll,
flue qualities, People's Store.
Solid Rhadama Dress Skirts.
11. MosgroveA Co. will sell to d»i\ a new
line of black dresH skirts, made from the let
est deigns, wllh draperies panels, He., f„ r
$r.'. -l each, c.uubltied with a black braided
Jersey waist which they are selling forU'rO.
making a serviceable costume for street
wear. No Jl South Spring street
I,nrge stock of staple ami fancy dry goods
lust received. Also an immense mWCM of
Utiles', misses' and children s hnts. flowers
and plumes, aud at prices a> per cent uuder
Don't forget that Ilright's fall ami winter
stock of hats, flowers and plumes rt re being
OMN and will lie *old at le— thun any
other htitise lv America.
Prom the time that the Wilmington rail
road was first established, the raised nide
walk on the Commercial street side of the
old warehouse, .occupied by tin- I.Hiikershim
mill since It has been running, has never
beeu changed, and had beci.me dangerous.
Yesterday il was replaced with new plunk
which makes a greal improvement.
A Needed Improvement.
Work was commenced yesterday iv put
ting In place the curbing on spriug street,
Qear the corner of Third, for a projected Don
sidewalk of cement.
The Money Interest.
I he Het keepcrs'meeting will be held ou
Aiiturday. the 11th Inst., st the Council Cham
ber* ai ll o'clock a «., to con.tilt about lhe
honey interests of Lo* Angele* county.
Money to Loan.
The Is.* kmm*\m Niitioiml Hunk ho* money
lo lot ii vi) WHKh.jiiM- rei-i'ii>u for tcmin or
iiierrhttUilt-f. Qao H. HoNrbrakk,
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
(rlir trnorof C ao-nnnlratlona aaaaoetoi
in thl, r-oltimn 1. tint lii-4-oaaarlly cl.'l.irsri]
liy tin-odltor nf tbe li.- ,m. Tho oritur
ahu iloalroa to I - h.-.H In Ii sliniilrl al»») ■
ari .imuoor hi. «-roeil wllh hi. full oamo,
lint noroaaorilr fur pt.hllratloii tint a. a
guarantee of K'K"l faith. J
PAOSB FROM l)K. 00VOAS1
lie I nlrra Into ll«>ii*lU Hr-ajaratitm
Mnrkliaiii'- liniploy ment of
( hill.Win II Ml (Im Ore t.rHlMlc
Kpitor Oailv Hkrald: Although a greiti
deal has already Ih-cii aaid ahout who hired
the Chinamen for the Oro Orande Mining
trmWmmfi and klncc Mr. 11. 11. Mirkhum ban
attempted to settle th«* whole (.'hflinmnfi
Hij. -li'-fi In dUpute through the Hrralii of
the 4th Inatant, I trunl you will again oblige
uif hy living a little more spare In the inter
eft of Kood government and for Ihe heueill,
nlso. of an hone-t constituency, to Introduce
heretufore uiiearlhed facts, tukcii from m>
recrd kept fluring the iKTurreiire* referred
to. In i)vt<-\.t r mikl Novemher, I-Jto, thefirsf
i riiimiroiii went->\ cr to Work on ihe mint]
or mill ditrh on aS'ovcinher .10th IHhO, I
p<itd (lie Im ihs I'M ins. m,,n Ho | Ming, for
( : :.wi inl.ur three hundred uud fifty dol
Ur-, (♦ii.iOj. at the rule of $.'t'» ocr month e-u h
tou id thU have been for one day*
liil.or, fvcii for the nuruher of ('hiuaineo In
(M.irklniiii) meiilioiis. M or :«), the lime «o
lug uud CoiniliK ll"! counted? Un lleeciuliei
t-tli pthl X i uriierlwent) <lollnr., 7th, I'runk
Lome i itihteeu dollars, mid irth VV. O. Hwan,
Jr., twenty dollars, for hauling Cliliihiim ii
fiver lo work for the t'oinpany. Not., Ilh
Mi,mlithis ami wil hunt any record
to refer to, Johnson, Kppncer, It. Wit
limns, John (loldsworthy, aii't 11. Luklus
come to lhe front and assert that Murk
ham was itt Die Kast uud hud mil h in,
whatever to do In procurlnu these China
men, everything to do In dlsehurijinL'
them, however Hut, Mr. A. (>. Hr\*
tol, (nt taih), and Mr X Turner ihon
that M.irkham per*onally arranged wllh
them fur the tlrst Chinaman that went over
In self defence, I am therefore forced hefon
the puhlic to stale tlie fact* from my record.
Kleven of the second crew of « tun mien
thut went over, a portion heing hauled by
Mr. Win. Harry, Markham's foreman on his
home plure, remained all summer, never
coming hack until the fight with CliapuiHti,
the foreinuii al the miiiei, late lv thu (all,
and then hy their own volition as
they were nut dlHrhargcd on Mark
ham's return by any one. Others were
also taken over when they went Into
the nitnea. Contrary to wfiAt Markh un
states in his article. I waa un ilde lo employ
one half ol the white labor tillered. Instead
of Murkhain being at the Kast he personall>
siiperinleoded the construction of the ilani
across the Mujave river In the spring,
inonthri nfter the ChluHinmi went to
work. After tho ditch and dam were
completed ihe Chinamen were em*
ployed in grading roads to thuya
rloim mines, and when posslhle they were
put to work in the nitue called the Oro
Orainle, replacing the white men, some of
whom went over to the Oro Kino, another
mine oi the company. In lhe meantime
Miirkhum am) myself had iteen io Hun Fran
cl.-co, imrchasud a ten-stamp mill, and to
gether, more or less, lookeil after Its eon
htruction to completion. Mr- Markham hud
not gone Kast yet. This was during the
months of December, IHMO, January, Kehru
ary, March and April, 1881, the Chinamen
lining till the time at work. Now, lhe small
hole H. 11. Murk hum attempts to crawl
through, intimating ami w shlng ii helie\ed
that he was at tbe Kast aft r hiring and dli
putf iiing to the upper port on ol the ditch by
Mr. K. lurner the first lnvo.ee nl Chinamen
I will attempt to more (Irmly plug hy what
follows; Mr. John Taylor was foreman nf
the mines but could or would not work the
Chinamen tv the milieu and reigned i here
upon Capt. X, P. Juhlison and myself hunted
tilt a Mr. Chapman, said ;to be an espvrt lv
working Chinamen lv mines, ami put t
In posses-ion. About the '20th of July, PWI,
H. H Markham started for Milwaukee (I
think the dale Ik not far from correct) to sell
the whole property, or a certain amount ot
the individual Mock. The l.Hh nf October
following 1 went to H in Itertntrdiuoiiii'l took
to the mtuea.a Dr. 0. H. Miner, who and hh
sorbites In Milwaukee had bought stuck in
the coinp my, and sent him (Miner) out wllh
Murkham on his return to examine the prop
erty they had already bought Into, upon
re,idling the mines the Chinamen were still
at work there under Foreman Chapman, urn)
I>r. Miner was very auxiout- they should
continue, which they did. Dr. Miner soon
returned to Milwaukee ami, February 7th,
I*>vi, writes the following, W|lh other things
"I ntn somewhat disappointed Had the
plan you tnd I marked out with Mr. Chap
man been c irrled out we should have known
before this time whether we had R mine. l
After nil that had thus far occurred,
the Milwaukee parties were uuablctoobt iln
from 11. 11. Markhain even the month the
mill started up, according to the subjoined
excerpts from Milwaukee, to-wit:
A letter dated .September :., law, from Mil
w:iu kee makes the following Inquiry.
"Please tell me when the contractors turned
the mill over to you. 1 was told they were
testing it in June to get it sulisfuetorily ad
justed, ami the fore part of July you took It
ami commenced running it to its [ull r«p ie
ity. Now, Markliam says you m ist have
taken it in May." Iv another letter of Sep
tember ilth, following lhe above iin,uiry ou
this point, the writer says: "I must have
given you a wrong impression In my letter
as tti the mill, What I wished to know was
\\ hut mouth you commenced miming the
mill. Markham told me sometime In July,
now he says in May. I cannot quite recon
cile his last statement,"
Now, Is it not a little singular, to say the
least, that 11.11. Murkham Is so positively
cert-iin about the lime ami circumstances nf
not hiring the Chinamen, whom he look no
interest in. ami now so utterly despises, al
though employing them all the time In P.ih-
Hdcnn, and has no c.-rulu knowledge about
so important an event as starting up the
c.mipiiny's mill The mill did not start up
in either nl the mouth, he bilks uhnlit to I is
Milwaukee friends, uud I very much doubt
whether be can now slate the day and
the mouth when il did start. The
point Is this: Mr. Markham is now running
for Congress, and lo c itch the miners' vote,
under decidedly false reprcseiiUlious, istry
ing to worm out of the responsibility of hir
ing Chiuiiineii at the mines, bin knows all
iii..,ni ili-.'liiit'giug them. In tl. - In- [in
most -signally failed, uud in other respects
puts himself in a imestionable light bearing
upon other mailers of record, which are
ready when forced before the public. Tak
ing tbi- in connection with the frauds prac
ticed In purchasing votes ut ihe primaries In
the Third Ward of your city, for instance,
aiuMiis interest Iv not voting during a live
years residence in this histricl. is Hltogelher
100 much for my Republicanism.
I have other records upon the Chinese
question, but will not ofTer them.
Kespectfully, O. 11. Conuar.
The Holedttd Canyon is truly n long
canyon, luting alatut twenty-eight miles
long, bordered on the south by the Han
Fernando mountains nnd on the north hy
the Sierra Pelone. Through Its entire
length runs the track of the H. p. EL Et The
climate can now hardly be surpassed iv Lns
Angeles county, owing to the high altitude
the air U dry, and affords quick relief to
sutlVrcrs from asthma who visit here. The
lowest altitude of the canyon Is I'JOO feet
above the sea level. Into the Holednd
Canyon open numerous other canyons,
which are much larger und contain much
more farming Und than the mouths Indicate
as oue rides quickly past in the cars, and in
many a one are the homes of industrious
and happy settlers. At Lang Station, ln the
orchard owned by the party after whom the
station is named, peaches an; raised that
are pronounced hy cotuioi —nr- ns of such
au excellent quality that it is doubtful
whether they can be excelled by any other
portion of Los Augeles county. During the
past year settlers have been mining into this
Canyon and Its numerous brunches in large
numbers, and ere long, where formerly the
coyote roamed undisturbed,, will be
orchards, vineyards, bee ranches, wheat
fields and other Improvements of progressive
man. The Sin Francisco rancho owned by
the Newhall Land and Farming Company,
embraces the laud at the mouth of Holedad
C.myoii, 6000 acres of which It had under
cultivation in wheat this In.-t season, ami no
doubt will put more In this coming season.
Adjoining the S m Francisco Itancho is the
Carlson rancho owned by VV. 11. Carlson, of
Ncwhall. over.Wi acres of which can be
placed under cultivation. Barley, potatoes,
corn, melons, beans, etc.. were raised ou
this land this last season, grapes are also
growing well on It. The proprietor was
told by those who know all things, thai he
would have to dig hundreds of feet for
water, but undiscouraged by these stories
he put <lown a well aud got water at nine
feet aud finished his welt at fifteen feet with
pleuty of pure, soft water in it. Next Mon
day work will be commenced making grade
for a spur-track at a point ou the Carlson
rancho, six miles north of Newhall. Home
day Angelenot, It 1* hoped, will have
the pleasure of stopping at a gmsl hotel at
this point where, no doubt, will soon
lie warehouses and afterwards a town.
Oct pure, nil WOOI blankets at Coulter's.
Try Lankershlm A Co's new process roller
Heauliful u/I WOO, colored hlauketsatCoul-
I-:idies should use Peck's Premium per
fumes. For-ale at all druggists.
Miner's und Camper's heavy blue (ill WOOI
shirts at Coulter's.
To young if you desire another
hu.l.'iml. BM Peck s Premium perfume-
Oelvour new style Fall dress goods at
If gay ami happy your dear wife you'd see
Just take home some pure EOLA TEA,
New styles trimmings and dress buttons at
HUnkels and flannels warranted till mml
ot Couller'a. •
lid your flannel underwear at Coulter's.
Oet your pure u(( g*aOJ flauueU at Coulter's
White, soft, fine off pool bed blankets to
be found only al Coulter's, M North Main
TlwtM Angeles Wisden Mills lllankets
ami Flannels are the best no cotton, im
shoddy, only to be fouml at Coulter's.
KI'NKRAI. NOTICKM UNE DOteleAß.
FI.IKHK—At the Mission Han Oabriel, Tues
day, t>et. 7, 18M, Michael Fiiehr, a native
of Havuria, Oermauy.
Funeral will take place Thursday, Oct.
8, 1-A4, al » r. If., from the undertaking
rooms of PouetAorr
A Good Investment.
My Hnd, if in your wmiderlnifn in the
mirMiit nf h>ii.piiM'--v y.,n ctiiiiir,- -.. -j« „
lew minute- lv llir pun-tiNM- of n luxury that
will endure to both health mid ..luntiire,
rouni the lime well KMatt, and the article
thai will return the laWKi inrci-nt tKe nf
b..th i- TrtiiKill'rt Punch fie. cigar, hi the P. O.
BIKOEL THK 11ATTKR.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
To meet the growing de
manda of our largely
And our Htore room being
rather small, we have con
cluded to sell out the entire
Gents 1 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 Los
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
As well as the most popular
One Price Hat House
In Los Angeles.
Siegel the Hatter,
Cor. Main aud Commp.roial.
Land and Water Company
Are subdividing a tract of land situated in
Temecula Valley, in San Diego
Hecenlly owned by Don Junu M urrietta. con
tninlug fourteen thousand Hcres of laud,
hnvtng an altitude ol about one thousand
feet above the sea level. ThU tract of land
lies nbout 4S miles southerly irom Colton.
'The California Southern Kallroad : ■in
through the. entire length of the tract. The
soil iv the valley Is formed of sedimentary
deposits. It Is a rich, dark loam, without
gravel or boulders, and can be easily tilled,
ns no Clay or adobe soil appears, but Ih full
of rich sediment, which holds the rainfall
and prevents leaking or drying, sothat when
you come to cultivate you turn up moist
eHrth. The superior value of this soil Is Its
closely underlying supply of water, and when
cultivated the moisture rises to lhe surface,
doing away with the necessity of irrigation
almost entirely, but in case of a dry season,
If irrigation Is thought to be necessary, an
Inexhaustible Supply of Water
Can be had by sinking from 'I to 10 feet. It
is also In the artesian belt nnd artesian wa
ter can be easily obtained. The mesa ls
formed of undulating lauds of reddish-col
ored soil mixed with decomposed granite on
the surface, with enough mixture of clay in
lhe subsoil to hold the moisture. There Is a
Fine Running Stream of Water
With several branches running through Ihe
raneho. Also several hot nnd warm springs,
noted for their cure of pulmonary diseasea.
These springs will be improved immediately
nnd tho Company design building a hotel
and railroad depot on the towusite. Both
buildings will be handsnmely ornamented.
The hotel will be built two stories high and
contain thirty rooms.
The Directors of the Presbyterian College
of Chicago, design putting a college build
ing on the ground as soon as practicable.
I'here Is plenty of good oak wood which can
be had delivered nt the rancho at from $4 to
ft..'*) per cord, and common lumber cau be
delivered al $25 per thousand.
The climate ls healthy, The rancho ia not
more than 15 miles from the sea Coast
ami the <H?ean breeze fans the valley, puri
fying the atmosphere with invigorating
MML In the day time the air is soft and
dry ami always mild, a little cooler at night,
but never more than being comfortable.
As a health resort, none In Southern Cali
fornia can surpass In natural advantages
this beautiful district of land, with Its warm
springs of mineral watercontniiiingsiilphiir,
iron aud soda, its proper elevation abovethe
sea, pure, dry and geulte air, with beautiful
scenery all around, can but confirm the as
sertion that as a health resort it cannot be
excelled, especially for catarrh, throat and
It is lhe intention of the Compauy, as soon
a-the laud is subdivided, to sell in tracts
from a town lot upward at prices that cannot
hut satisfy actual settlers. The prices will
he classified according to the merits of the
property. One third down, balance In one
and two years.
CHARHOCK. MORRILL A ROBINBON.
Parties desiring information will address
1' o box J.".:i. 1...- Angeles, Cal.
Rooms No. v and 12 Widney Block, (up
stairs) First street, between Main and Spring.
W. E. KOHINHOS, Colton, Cal., or
C. L. MOKKILL. Temecula, Cal.
We have Jimt received snme of the most
elegant and Nobby lIATS Hiid CAPS ever
brought to this city, ami take pleasure In
risking Inspection of r-'ir munis and a com
parlson of our prices.
Next to Wells, Fargo & Co., Main Ht.
SECOND - HAND STORE
103 Aliso St., Corner Alameda.
'file llit'lu'st ri*l, l'rkv |MLi<] fur ..I'l.ml
hand f 1 - nl all deacrlpliona.
Furniture bOUghtfAnd aold Ht lnwent rales.
rrtOOh DyetOf a specialty,and satisfaction
MAY & FLANIOAN.
A. M. EDELMAN,
OFFICE- 17 North Main Strett, Lot Angel en,
Cal. i. -i - Ittaavd 17, llullman Block. -, ur
NKVVjro DAY NKW TO-BAT
Harper & Reynolds Co.,
[CAPITAL STOCK $280,000 ]
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia Hardware, Stoves,
Metals and Tin Plate.
Sole Agents for Ferry & Co's celebrated Brighton Ranges,
Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges, Golden Star Oil
and Gasoline Stoves and Ranges.
Specialties in Builders' Hardware. Nib s 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 Us!
We have specially Imported for this Season's
Trade a large and full assortment of
Dress Goods 1
SILKS, SATINS, LADIES' CLOTHS,
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
Ladies' id 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.,
Ijob Aiicciun, Oal, mil
OirEiMli of Carries, 1,
will t* held thla month al . .
100 and 102 Los Angeles St., Cor. of Requena St.
OVER 500 CARRIAGES, Bl CICIES, WAGONS, Etc.,
Theae vehicles will not lie aome fixed up tn ahow, but will be «och aa we are
I am 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
Mammotli Carriage Eiliti!
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 FARM 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. LUITWIELER, Director,
100 AND 102 LOS ANGELES ST.
Lord & Fisher,
WHOLESALE ami IIKTAIL lib AI.EHH IN
Boots and Shoes!
I IM: sum k. LOW !• Kills.
SQUARE DEAL, ATTENTIVE SALESMEN.
WE ASK YOU ALL TO CALL.
S-4 NORTH S PItllVO BTRDBT.
LEW 18 BROTHER!*' t'OttHMB.
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
C R-r. O A. 33.
Cases on lop of rases.
THOUSANDS OF PAIRS.
Onr Large' and Spacious Quarters are Jammed and Packed
PIT TO DOME WITH OASES ON TOP of OASE&OF
Boots and ©hoes.
We shall hold a
The very Attest as well as the medium grades shall be
For the Hole purpose of giving ns room to unpack onr goods,
ROOM WE MUST HAVE.
ROOM WE ARE COMPELLED TO MAKE.
ROOM WE SHALL HAVE,
Cost What It May!
If prices will tell
These Goods Shall Fly I
The prices at which our goods shall be sold will leave no
room in the minds of the doubting public but that
MEAN EXACTLY WHAT THEY SAY,
Saclcii Prices M Reip
Whether you are In Immediate need 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 §ACRIPICINC PRICES.
SACRIFICE, SACRIFICE, SACRIFICE I
Sacrificing Prices Shall Rei£D supreme!
101 AND 103 NORTH SPRING ST., s
LOS ANQELES, CAL.