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OITY AND milt lift. DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS. 11. M. WUincy, District Judge ITtV, Judicial District, composed of ho* An up lon county. Court meets in February, .Mux , Annual anil November, IgnOolo S'pulveiln, County Judge. Court Commissioner, J. tl. Howard. State Sen ilor, 11. I>. Wilson. Members oi' Assembly, Tho*. O. Mott and Asa Kills. Hherlff, Win. K. Rowland; L'ude/ sheriir, All>erl H. .lolmston; Deputy sheriff, J. It llaldwln. County Clerk, A. W. Pottsj lleputleii, C. W. Ootlld and S. 11. Mott. District Attorney, c. K. Thorn; Assistant, K. M. Rom. County Treasurer, Thorn ax K. Rowan. Huperfntendenl or Public Schools, William Mcl'adden. l-nlillc Administrator, (tenrg'' Carson. County Surveyor, K. I.rcouvrcur. County Assessor, I >. Ilotlller. Coroner, Joseph Kurt/.. County I'.oanl ol'Supervisors Chairman, H. Komman; A. L Bush, V, Pah.mares, s. v. Caswell. CU V oFFIOKK*. Mayor, J. It. Tnhet man. Marshal, J, it. Wolfe. Treasurer, Ocorge It, llttller, Attorney, A- W. Htittou. cierk, M. greater. Surveyor, William Moore. Health Office*, Or. Wise. Engineer, Ueorge (J, Mcl.ain. school Trustees—M. D. Marrows, President; George Smith, Wm. 11. Workman, Wm. I'rid bant, M. IC re trier, BOARD Of TRADE. President—ft, Lnsard. secretary- t. w. Kuril. Treasurer s. it. t 'unwell, Directors—Dr, J. S. Oritlin. C. C. Kips 11, W. Hellman, J'K, Griffith, I. Dcaudry, N. J. New mark,.!. U. How ley, It. M, Widney. Regular meetings, Tuesdays, nl T::HI Pi M. MEETINGS OF SOCIETIES. MASONIC. I.n< Anodes Dodge No. #2—Meets first Mon day iv themonth, at P. M. Rovill Arch Chapter, K. A. M„ No. :!:! Second Monday In each month, at iifl) P. M. P.'tttalpha Lodge No. iWil—Third Monday in each month, al 7: mi p. M. The Council—Fourth Moiidav incacli month. ut7::«tP. M. Co incll No. il, it.-. A s.\ M.\—t'ontr de Leon Coin'derv No. B, X.'. T.V- Staled conclaves Ihlrd Thursday in each month, 7:H P. M. oim-KKI.I.OUS. Angdllo Dodge No. IM Mondays at 7:.!0 P. M Lis Angeles Dodge, No. H5 -Wednesdays, at 7:111 P. M. 0 dden Rule lifldge No. iim Fridays, 7 t.W p.m H iiltll star Degree Dodge First and Third Tuesdays, at 7:m P. M. Orange (trove Kncninpmenl Heeond and Fourth Tuesdays, nt T::WI P. M. CHAMPIONS OK Till. Itttl CKOSS. olive Encampment No. .".I Wednesdays, at 7:.'i1l P. M. 0000 TKMPI. \lts. Merrill Lodge No. 980- Saturdays, T:.M> P. M. l/>s Angeles Social Club- Thursdays, R:.u) P.M POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Kastern, Man Francisco and Northern Tele graph Stave line Arrive at ,'!:(Hi P. M.; close at vi M. hotter" intended for registry must b ■ presented before II A. M. Coast Kino -stations between San Francisco ami Kos .Vilifies, via Santa Barbara -Ar rive at lat tii p. M.J close* at H:Sf) P. M. Ban Diego Fine -Man Diego, Anaheim, tlallu tin, Caplstruno, otc, —Arrives at 'liuO P. M. closes at 7:H>l A. M. S Hlthern Arizona Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Stations-Tri-Wcekly iter viri'-Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri day at I P. M.; leaves Monday, Wednesday and Saturday; Mail closes at 7 A. M. N irthern Arizona —Prescott, W'lekenbergnnd Wav Stations- -Seinl-Weekl}'- Arrives Mou day and Thursday at ;>:(H) P. M: leaves Tues day and Friday; m ill closes at !l P. M. Sin Bernardino anil Way stations San hrlel, Xl Monte, Riverside, etc.; arrivos at sam P.M.; closes at »:*) P. Si. Wilmington and Way Htfttlotin Arrives at J:'ill P. XI.. closes at 9:80 A. M. (Vrro Gordo, Done Plae and Ravllah Arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday at .'1:00 P. M.; leaves Mondny, Wednesday and Satur day; closes at UI M. Itonteatlc and Foreign Money order Office— Open from N:iß A. M. lo l: lii P. M., except on Saturday, w hen oltlce closes al iltuo P. M. Office Hours s-Mi A. M.to7:nn P. M. 11. K. W. BURT, P. M. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. wisiKit ari:an'i.i:mi:nt i„ a. as. c. c. it. Arrive— Depart. >i UI A. M. 00 A. M. •J 1,1 P. M. i <"» I. M. The above to rule except on illl.VS «'f steahl "ers' arrival and departure, when trains will run to connect with steamer*. STARK LINKS. Arrive. Depart. Telegraph Stage I.lne P. M. 12:30 i: M. Coast Lute singes 0:00 i: M. SKIO a. m. Kan Bernardino Line ">::ui p. M. O:Wa. m. San Diego Stage Line ttixi p. M. 7: iv a. m. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Following Is a list of Granges in I.os An geles county: Silver— Im Nietos -J. ID Burke, Master; K. it. Wvlie, Secretary. Pompton—A. Hlgble, Master; J. A. Walker, Secretary. i;i.Monte--(i. C. OtbSs, Master; .1. 11. Cray, Seeratarv. Fn erprise Kos Angelea —T. C, Alexander, Master; W. T. Henderson, Mcc'y, F.ureka— Spadra P. C. Tonner, Master; Jos. Wright, (secretary. Fairvlew -Anaheiio —Kdward Kvey, Master; J. D. Taylor, Secretary. Fruit land'-Ttiatlh Cily -A. I!. Hayward, Mas ter; K. It. Nicols, Secretary. Angoles—T. A. Oarey, Master; T. I>. Han oock. Secretary. Kos Nietos—K. B.QnutUon, Master; J. K. Mar qills, Secretary. New River -Kos Nietos- R. It. liuthrlc, Mas ter; I), S. Wardlow, Secretary. Orange—Richland— Thomas Brown, Master; .1. W. Anderson, Secretary. At USB i it. W. Mu.xy, .Master; .1. C. Preston, Secretary. Florence —H. Gibson, Mas tor; Win. Porter, Secretary. mt Every style of Painting and Qlailng done in the highest style of art,and at roason abl< nttes, by C. Ruplmel & Co. mW All men oUgtll to know that all kinds of gentlentea'S I'lOthillg will he made Willi neat ness unit dispatch by it regular tailor. Tho making and trimming of Woolen Mill oloth is a specialty at l>. W. Fit/.patriek's, corner of Coart and Sprlng streets. •STJ. Cohn keeps tine Havana and Domes tic Cigars. No. Ol Main street, Downey,* Block, Thompson A liersoii's saloon. mWhaK Angeles county, wherever known, Is acknowledged to he an earthly paradise. Here we liavoporpotual summer. Fruits ripen, nud flowers bloom the year round. Rut chief aiming its many advantages is cheap living. McDonald's Restnurnnt.on Commercial street, is tlie best. One trial of the nice Coffee, Tea, Tenderloin Steak, Fresh Kggs and Ranch But ler, proves that It Is the hest place in town. Mingle meals, i r > cuts. lO) Jay Cooke would slill have been solvent « had ho held up his head In Wall street, cov ered with one of Desmond's Silk Hats. A man w ho was refused credit, last week, all over the town, Kot ii note for endorsed hy simply Investing his last piece Inn Hat at Desmond's. Opposite the Baited Btates Hotel, in the Tem ple Blis'k. Madame Anna Bishop Schultz. The Halo of seats for Madame Anna BlßhtJt, s tlrst concert ou Friday next is proceeding very rapidly—although a week distant, SO of the best chairs bave been already Secured. There is no doubt that this renowned artist will remember her visit here pleasant ly. It is the Intention of several of the best families in the city to give entertainments in her honor. The gentlemen who accompany her are as socially brilliant as they are profes sionally tallented, and have gone from ocean to ocean, coneertizing with Madame Bishop. Mr. Gilder's piano forte playing created quite a furore in San Francisco. Madame Bishop and her husband, with the other artists, will arrive here on Thursday. Tlicrmomelrloal lleeord. According to the plan af tha Smithsonian in- Dtitnte. Keptspecially aw the Kaaaasby Brodriek * (\>. Friday, October 10. H A»M ST», |2p. % 7*o I»P. M 870 Average,oo.,(no UU i>H ■•> i M I.ix nl Brevities. tf^w" Cl*" fx FdvVard Stnttton, of Anaheim, has Mcd Ills bond as Justice of the Peace. Tho Orizaba, front San Francisco, is due here to-day, with a large list of passengers. Tiie burial of Mrs. T rti f li. r. I was la rife ly attended yesterday, by friends of the deceased lady. S. 11. Bryant, of l/it) Angeles, filed his bond as Constable; so also, has David Davis, of Anaheim. There were three wagons dispatched to San Bernardino yesterday, two to Riverside, undone U) Independence. A large lot of railroad material ar rived at Wilmington on Wednesday, per schooner W. 11. Stevens and bark Vidette. Six cars of freight were dispatched to Wilmington yestetday lor the schooner W. 11. Stevens. Three more go to-day. There were only two w igons dis patched to San Bernardino yesterday afternoon, with merchandise, conslgn od to M. «te Co. Rev. J. Hi Krager, of San Francisco, will address the German citizens or this city next Sunday at 11 o'clock, in the County Court-room. Pour ears of freight went to Wil mington yesterday; two of them con taining goods which will be tranship ped to New York at Snn Diego. Two hack-driven by the name of Baker and Avis had a regular set-to yesterday, iv front of the Pico House. Baker finally come out victorious. A party of Oerman hoys who have been out on a hunt for some days, re turned yestenlay evening completely loaded down with quail, rabbit aud a fine deer. (ail, Wlnsten, an old resident of San Gabriel, while out riding a few days ago was so seriously injured by a fall that he has sullered' temporary loss of mind ever since. (J. W. Collin, Superintendent of the Thirty-fifth Parallel railroad, reports that the work at Soledad Pass is pro gressing as rapidly us the nature of the cation will allow. Two cases of birds which have heen on exhibition at Thompson tv Ger son's saloon, will be rallied tit Cash ions. They are Valued at and will be rattled for |MO, The Le Roy troupe will produce the "Hidden Hand," at the Merced Thea tre to-night. It will be one of the most exciting plays ever put upon the stage in Los Angeles. Pedestrians complain that sidewalks on some of our principal streets tire encumbered at night with boxes and other obstructions, which cause ahra sures of the cuticle of their shins. Dr. Orate has in his office a present of a Tarantula and his nest, showing the little door and the "quadruped" in his hut. The Dr. also gave the Hfk at.D one of the "domiciles" uninhab ited. D. W. Fitzpatrick has rented it room in the building corner of Court and Spring streets, with the intention of opening a Merchant Tailoring Estab lishment, and will, in a few days, have a fine collection of cloths. W. A. Matthews, freight-clerk of the Los Angeles and S. P. R. IL, took a Hying visit up the new road, and re ports that it will be finished to San Fernando by to-day week—providing they don't run out of material. Heretofore, the city has issued scrip on the current expense fund, which has been selling at "•") cents. By the crsation of a cash fund this year, the Council pay in coin, and parties hav ing bills against the city will make out and present them on a coin lissis. A complaint was made last .Monday by Levi Harris against MontUo for harboring a vicious dog and letting him run at large, thereby endangering people's lives who pass his house. Mr. Moutijo had notice to appear before Justice Cray to answer to the charge. K. E. Hewitt, Superintendent of the Loa Angeles AS. P. It. IL; C. P. Tag gart, of San Diego, and H. McLellan, agent ofthe P. M. S. S. Co., of this city, all started on a trip yesterday morn ing for San Fernando, by the new road. They also took guns and ammu nition with the intention of having a hunt. Professor Money has presented to the Library an illustrated map of San Francisco, "showing tbe way, and time at which it is to he destroyed by au earthquake. The map explains how the sand hills are formed and points out their connection witli others that are scattered throughout the city. Pre pare ye miserable sinners for your doom! A young man on horseback came very near losing his life last night, in a "chuck-hole" fronting Major Bell's residence. Not knowing there was any such impediment in the street, bis horse suddenly fell into tlie bole, and the rider was'nearly paralyzed hy the sudden jar. It is hoped the street com missioner will at once fill up the ugly vacuum. A young man named Kmilio Cas tro was arrested on Wednesday for stealing a pair of buckles. It seems that he wits rooming with a man named Campbell, who bad some tine shoe bu.)kles in his room, which Cas tor looked upon as appropriate articles to present to his lady-love. During Campbell's absence he broke open the trunk and transferred the buckles to the idol of his heart. He was brought before Justice Cray, who buckled hint in bonds of JUKI to appear next Satur day. A private letter lrom San Francisco, to this office, mentions that three car loads of pianos, from the manufactory of Guild, Church & Co., hail just ar rived for the agent, Matthias Gray, This is the only house on the Pacific (-oast that publishes, though several music dealers have their names print ed on their sheet music. All informa tion concerning the Stcimvay, ami other pianos sold by Mr. Gray, can be obtained from Mr. BrodriCK. at his Hook ami Music store. Mr. dray has many rivals, but no equal iv his ex tensive music business. The charges on freight from San Francisco, by tlie Gulf of California, to Prescott, Arizona, are at present eleven cents. .1. 1,. Ward it Co. are making efforts to carry it from bos Angeles to Prescott by teams, and it behooves the merchants of this city to render all assistance in their power in getting the transfer in operation. It will bring to this point a large amount of ore and hides, now transported by the other route, besides givingeniploy ment to fifteen or twenty teams, which will have to get their supplies and do their repairing in Los Angeles. After the railroad is finished to San Bernar dino it will be a greater inducement to the merchants in Arizona, to ship by way of Los Angeles. Tt will also bring orders from Arizona merchant* hew for goods. The'difference in the costs of freights to the merchants and miners of Arizona, would be from thir ty to forty dollars per ton. The steps taken by Ward &. Co. are most com ipemiabfe. The taste for furniture of the an tique style is not universally aban doned. .Messrs. Perry, Woodworth & Co. have in their factory a Secretary for Lieutenant Sears, which, when finished, will add greatly to the ap pearance of his oltlce. The wood is oak, and was imported from the Fast hy the Lieutenant at considerable ex peuac. On each side of the Secretary are two small drawers. The Upright case on top has six shelves, and the desk department has four pigeon holes for keeping valuable papers. The thickness of the wood forming the desk of the Secretary is two inches. The mountings of the lid are com posed of three large brass hinges and rings, which give it the appearance of a piece of furniture, such as is found amid the rdies of old castles. Tlie top of tlu> ease is of the gothic style, aud when the whole is finished it will cost in tlie neighborhood of three hundred dollars. Governor Downey is making a de cided Improvement ou his fronting on Temple street. He is erecting an ad ditional story With several rooms, some of which the Mirror will occupy. It is understood that the building which the Mirror is at present occu pying will be torn down, and a new aiid handsome oltlce erected in its stead. Sidney Laccy, wilh Dotter Lord, has the contract to furnish tiie Lv la yette hotel with carpets. The large hall one hundred and twelve feet in length is to he furnished with oilcloth and Brussels carpet. The parlor and suites will be Brussels throughout. Rev, J. Bates will preach to-morrow morning, at the Congregational Church on "The religious aspect of the times," and "Watchman, what of the night?" Young men are earnestly invited to attend. There is a very dclapidated bridge over the Zanja near the new bridge. The attention of the Street Commis sioner is directed to it, before the city has to pay a large amount of damages. The schooner W. 11. Stevens will he dispatched next Wednesday, loth Oc tober, to San Francisco. Part of the cargo is already engaged. See adver tisement in another column. A barkeeper of this city has invent ed a new drink called the "fiip-and eatch-it." It is mild, and may be drank with impunity—and a little sugar. it is reported that a large Influx of eastern people are fast concentrating at Santa Ana, who are ma'dng pre parations to settle there. The Orizaba left Santa Barbara last evening at S o'clock. Los Angeles passengers will he Upon the morning train. A fearful stench floats heavenward near the "little church around the cor ner." Attention, Health officer! At tention! The Germans of this city will give a grand hull and dramatic entertain ment next Suhday evening. Passengers for San Diego per Oriza ba, will leave the railroad depot at four o'clock this afternoon. Attention is called to the "Special Dispatches" on tbe fourth page of the Hbbald. The Orizaba has one hundred passcn geM unit 450 tonn nf cargo for Sun Pedro. The District Court Ims adjourned until after tne Judicial Election. Ol I Durum;•!■!>. Appended is the original passport of the viceroy of Spain in .Mexico, D. Felix Berenguer de Maruuiua to the grandfather of I). Pedro Carrillo. It is dated Uth of August i.strj. It beam the coat of arms of Spain In the lower left hand corner, and Ihe signatures of Marqitina and .lose Xitneueg, his min ister. It may be Been on application to this office; t 1). Faux Bkrknovbr dk Marqtti naTeniente General de la Heal Arma da, Virrey, Gobemadory Cap!tan ge neral de N. K. Pretddente <le sit Heal Audiencia, BUperlntendente general Subdclegado de Heal Hacienda, Mi nus, Aznguez y Katno del Tabaeo, Jucz Conservador de eate. I'residente de su Heal .Junta, y Subdelegado general de Correos y el mismo Hcyno. Concedo lihrey seguro Pasaporte A Mariano de CctfitfQ J'ohlador de lv Nuevu California que se ttirlge <i ella j)itrii extuhli oi rue tit el titlo nuiiilti'itilu de lit Urea con su fa illllht. V el ComandCmte y Minfro.pral, del Puerto de Su. Bin* no le itnpe diran mi embarque />a. dha, J'e ninmda, Vlots.lusticias,• (iohernadores de In dios, Duettos 6 Administradores de Haciendas, Rancho* 6 Casas, le facill tantn los auxilhM que pldiere, y que deberd pagar por sua justos precloa. Dado en Mexico a 1 de Agosto de 180± Mauihina. [Coat of Arms.] Josi: Xi.mkxkz. The Monthly Oriental, published in Sail Francisco, half in Chinese and half in English, maybe seen at this office. It bears the date of March, lSoii, which makes it 17 years old. No adequate description of it can be given hi these columns. Persons 'who are 'curious to see an old newspaper printed iv these languages, can be gratified by visiting this oltlce to-day or to-mor row. A Chinese baptism and a ser mon are among the items of interest. The lirst paper ever published In iv Santa Barbara, edited by Hubbard, IHinlau A Keep, bearing date '•Thurs day, May 24, Ik.>>," may he seen also at the Herald office. It is edited in the Spanish ami Knglish languages. Through the kindness of I). Pedro Car rillo, these papers may be seen by any calling at this otlice to-day or to morrow. Mlms Carrie l.lpsi,. This talented little lady is going to have a benefit. A benefit to au actress is one of the events of her life. It should be a pleasant evening iv her career, and a profitable one. It should specially be it happy time for her be cause all her friends assemble, full of good will, to acknowledge her merit. Miss Lipsis will put up Borneo and Juliet as the pi&se de resistance in her hill of fare. The HehaED will omit the usual hoiu s "of tin overflowing house," etc., and urge Miss Lipsis' claim to a good benefit in a different way. Her rendition of the Nurse, in the Green Bushes, was perfectly delightful; her Ophelia last week was a correct study, aud every roll' that she has ever as sumed has been carefully learnt aud admirably delivered, in addition to this, Miss Lipsis is v charming little lady, esteemed by all who have the pleasure of her acquaintance. The benefit will take place on Thursday evening, the 16th instant, and tickets can be obtained from all the friends of the fair bencjiniaire. THE CO I XI M. Probate Court- Hon. v. SKfUi.vi-nA, J. KiuoAv, Ootobr in. Estate of Matbicu banfranoo—The hearing tar probating the Will of said deceased is set for (k-iobcr Sttti. The Irrigators Convention. Delegates from all parts of tho comi ty met ut (ia I latin on the 9th instant, t«i take into consideration the water i nterest ofthe county, ami to memoral izc the Legislature. Representative Hlghle was elected President, and briefly stated the ob jects of tlie meeti iik- •'• A. Walker was made Socretary. Short and torse speeches were made hy Gen. Baldwin mul Col. Peel. W. \V. Maxwell made a few re supporting the appointment of water commissioners, and recom mending other enactmeats to better regulate the water interests. He pro posed that l. Laws should be enacted declaring public all water courses that rise on public lands; and that they be spread to their utmost capacity. I b The lands should define the BOW* crsofu Board of Water Pommis*ton ers, in developing, extending, and limiting the spread of water to such nn area of land as can be well watered. This Hoard should see thnt the water be not spread to a limit that will be tletermental to the property and rights first established by use. 111. The Commissioners should have power to create rules and regtiln tions for the government of all streams and ditches in their respective townships, and to govern the price of water according to the expense of dis tribution, and to fix the price threreof. IV. A law should he enacted mak ing it a criminal otl'oMee, and attaching a penalty of $<JO, to obstruct any stream, ditch, or reservoir that is used for irrigating, and contracted hy a Hoard of Commissioners and over seers. V. The law should define the fees of commissioners for services rendered on such dilchcs. VI. The eomniissioners should nave power to condemn land for ditches and reservoirs, when the right of way is not granted hy the proper owner of such land. VII. They should have power to levy a labor tax on each land-holder, ou nil pnhlie ditches through which persons obtain water, either to repair or construct the same, anil to enforce a tine oi's:! upon all delinquents. VIII. A State law should be enact ed to provide for reclaiming dry, bar ren hinds, us well as overflowed swamp lands, and to encourage planting Am ber OU all public ditches, such being conducive to rain. IX. A State law should lie enacted encouraging the development of water, to-wit: that all land so irrigated, in excess of thai Irrigated in iht.'l, shall he exempt from State and county tax for Un years. Mr. John T. (Jordon read an address, which had iv main been previously delivered. This address was given in full yesterday. The meeting then adjourned for dinner. At i o'clock the meeting reassembled and appointed a committee, to whom was entrusted the drafting of a memo rial to he presented to the Legislature, the following are the committee: Anaheim—W. It. Olden. Azusa —John T. Gordon, Compton—-A. Higbe. HI Monte—(ieo. ft. Peck. Klizaheth Lake—To beappaißted. Florence—Wm. Ferris. San Antonio- -W. T. Eastott, Los Angeles—W. H. Workman, J. («. Downey, Hancock Johnson. Los Nietos— K. B. (irantlon. Ballona —Rose. Old Mission -Ceo. Durf'ee. Sun Gabriel—Gen. Htoneman, Sau Juan—Richard Egan. San Jose—Richard Fryer. Old Santa Ana McFaddeß. nan Joaquin—W. H. Sptn geon. San Fernando--Andreas Pico. Holed ad—Mr. Harper. Han Gabriel Mine Henry C. Rob erts, Silon Precinct--T. W. Ventthle. Wilmington—Gen. Banning. The Cmmlttee was ordered to meet In Los Angeles at 10 a.m., sharp, Oc tober 25th. The secretary was ordered to inform the members of the committee, by sending them the minutes of the meet ing as published in the papers. The secretary was ordered to provide the several papers with a copy of the minutes. On motion, the meeting adjourned. HOTF.I. .iKRIYALN Pico House. —L. M. French, Los An geles; S. R. Lemon, Compton; G. F. Henry, Brookville. Kansas; C. F. San Diego; C. F. French, wife and child, San Joaquin Ranch; J. A. Hut tier, Fairplay, Colorado Territory; Jno. Htrahen, San Diego; Simon Davis, Danville, 111. Bella Union. —L. <«. Stanchfield, San Buenaventura; G. Qblols, San BuenaVenturaj Geo. H. Howard, San Gabriel Mines; M. C. Daily, Anaheim: Thomas J. Bedford, Gospell Swamps; M. Kurty, Anaheim: I). T. Shall, Aoks; M. Begole, San Diego; (ialie Allen, Ranch; I). Lvon, S. A. Baker, K. M. Baker, P. S. Randoi, Wilming ton; Jas. B. Lankershim, San Fran cisco. United States. —E. MeVicor, Teha chepa; K. Smith, San Pedro; Maurice Fletcher, Anaheim; Frank Paynes, Anaheim; J. Barrett, Holedad; Thus. Domic, Sail Fernando, I). M. Cage, Wilmingtorrfj. c. Boyle, Brooklyn, New York; Olen, McDonald, Boston, MaSRJ F. L. Hughes, Philadelphia, Pa.; ltobert S. Grabb, Baltimore, Md.; H. Webber, San Bernardino; T I). Sanborne, Temple's Ranch; H. Wat son, Jus. Barham, S. Goldstein, John Colahan, John Francisco, W. Ooreu llo, Anaheim. r Kk ports. The following Is Ihe list of Kxports 111 the Depot of the Los Angeles and S. P. It. K. Swatting shipment : Wool, bales Hill I Old Iron, cases U Potatoes, sacks II | Castor Beans, ■k|T,,„g| Beans, sacks 2tl I Wine, casi's 1 Com Meal, sacks...lSO ] Wine, barrels H Hides, dry 70 | Bullion, burs HO DIVIDEND NOTICE. Kaiimkk.sA- Mkhch ants' Hank, ) Los Anoei.ks October 7, 1*73. )' A DIVIDEND Of IS PER SHARK luts been declaredon tha capital stock oftheFarmers'and .Merchants' liank ol I.os Augeles, payable on thciuth inst. o.'Tml ISAIAS W. lIKI.I.MAX, Cnshler. NOW f ADI EH, ypU CAN BUY FIRST J A class Millinery and Fancy Goods, Just arrived direct from tlie Kust. We are determined to make one (iKAN'I) CLEARING" SALE, and offer our large stock, commencing the season, ut ?s cents on the Hollar, at No. 1 Spring street, oc2-imis Mlts. j. E. HMALL. CITY LAUNDRY. V I NT H ST R H FT, BETWEEN llriiKshopper and Orlllln streets, I/MS ANOEI.KM. Hentlemcn's, IK »TEI. AND REsTAFRANT WASHING done on reasonable terms. PEARL BUTTONH sewed on. and ordinary MKNIiINU done. Washing called for and de livered, FREE OF CHARGE. ■V"Order slate ut Hroderlck's Rook Store. oc'Miu I v .1. H. i.I'NKIL. LINES OF TRAVEL. LOS ANGELES & SAN PEDRO tlAiX^ltOr"A.^t>. ON AND AFTER APRIL 1, 1873, I rains will ran as follows, leaving WILMINGTON-7:15 A. M. and 1 P. M. KOS ANQELEH—M A. M. nod IP. M. Kxoopt on days of steamers' arrival and de parture, when trains will run to connect with steamer. Passengers tor Han Francisco and Han Diego will leave I.os Angeles hy the 111 A. M. train, eoimeettng at Wilmington With the Compa ny's steamer. Bit" First-class passenger cars will run regu larly.. No Charge lor Storage to Merchant* lv the Country. JOHN MILNF.K, Agent at Los Angeles, oejtf K. K. UK WITT, Hupt^ AGENCY OF THE Hamburg, Bremen and Stetten Mail Steamship Companies. BEINCi APPOINTED AGEST OF the above Mall Steamship Companies for the Southern Coast, I am prepared to fur nish THROUGH PASSAOF TICKKTH hy any of thosibllncs of stonnic rs, To and from Europe, to New York and Snn Francisco at the lowest mU*. Also give MONEY P< »STAL ORDKRH to all parts of Uerinany. Nw Itaerlaiitl, Auatrta. France KuKland, Mwetien, Norway and Denmark. Which will be delivered to the receiver free of charge,al their respactlvo houses, in any part of Europe, Also, gives IUtAFTH on any part ofKuropc, in sums to suit. Collections made in any Part of Europe. For particulars, apply to H. flf.isiimAN,Bella Unionßtore, oc2tf:lp Agent iv I/>s Angeles. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO, SCIU.IH I.X FOR OtTOHIR. I«7S. THK STKAMF.KH & Orizaba^£^ For Nautn Barbara, Nam Pedro, Ana heim Landing au«l Man I)le|ro. STKAMKU MOBOVOO, (AIM. M. lIAKI.OK, tJNtVft AM A rrii-rxSan lAa urct »SSr»fl Arriiva Nun I Frwtcitco, J\itro. | lwito. Fm»ifi><M. Oct 8 Oct 51 Oct H Oct 10 Oct 15 Od 17 Oct SO Oct 22 Oct 27100t a»!Nov I Nov :l STKAMKU OKI/. MIA, CAFT. 11. J. JoIINSON, Oct MOct -11 Oct HlOot lti Oct 21 |l let B|< let M Oct 2H The Mohongo will call, also, at San Simeon and Han Luis Obispo, but takes no freight lor Sau Simeon. STKAMKU OIPaY, For Han Diego nnd ull way ports, carrying OIIJI, ACHIH, FOWDP.It, etc., not allowed to he carried nn passenger steamers, win leave San Francisco October 30th. Freight on (MIX, to San Pedro, 50 cents per case. FOB NKW YORK VIA PANAMA, Calling at Nun Diego, Mnn/anlllo, and Aoa pulco. Stenmers leave San Francisco October lib and lsth. FOB CHINA AND JAPAN. Steamers leave San Francisco on the Ist and itith of •very week. Through Bills ur Fading signed, and through tickets sold to all ports on the San Diego route lo New York, Europe, Mexico and South America, al Hun Francisco tariff rates, P.VSHAOK: To Now York, cabin »100 To New York, steerage 50 To San Francisco, cabin 15 To San Frauclsco, steerage 8 Cabin plans nt agent's otlice. For passage apply to H. MrI.KI.KAN, <*-•■> Agent lor I.'is Angeles County. BANKING HOUSES. FARMERS & MERCHANTS I* JL > I£ OV I.OS ANOELEH, Capital $500,000 JOHN Q. DOWNEY Puksioknt I. W. HKI.L.M AN. Cashikk Kxchange for sale on Nan FranciHco. New York. London. Dublin, Frankfort. Pari* and Herllu. Hamburg. ReeelVM Deposits and Issues its certificates, buys and sells Legal Tenders, Oovernmcnt, Stale, County and City Bonds. Will also pay the highest price lor (.old nud Silver Bullion. From and alter this date, on all mone>H left us term deposits, interest will he allowed. Kos Angeles, July I, IS7I. Of>lM THE dtt^VIVK. WM. WOKKMAN. r. V. V. TKMI'I.K. TEMPLE 6\ WORKMAN, HAMGORN. TKMPLF. BLOCK, LOS ANUKLKH. Ileeidve De|M)sits, issue their Certificates and traniniaa UF.XF.RAI. H4\Hl.\li BIMXKNN. DRAW Oil THE LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO lANK ; LIMITED:. AT SAN FRANCISCO. Kxchange for sale on New Yurk, Hamburg, London, llt>rlin und I'iirlsi. Kruiilit'ort. Legal Tenders, Hulllon.Oold Dust and (iov ernioent,Htate, County and City bonds bought and Hold. Itecelve valuuhles lor sale keep ing. «Mil-tf J. B. SAI'NOKKS, M. I). Oil. V. HKINZKVAN, V. o J. B. SAUNDERS & CO., AND CHEMISTS, 7'JJ MAIN STItKKT, I.OH ANOKLKH. The CHOICKST TOILET ABTICLKH, the PFBKST DBUOH and PATENT MKDBTNKS of all kinds, mr Preaorlptlon* carefully com pounded day and night. oc2-lm2p PELICAN SALOON, Siirinu Street, ajporipf thi- /tut QfJler, DA VKM A IN HA S HETI RED from the Judicial contest, ln order to de vote his time to more classical pursuits. Floating down the stream of life placidly, with bald-headed old GEOROR DAKIN, they will in conjunction prepare the following nifty drinks: The Alaiiiaaooaler, The Perooouroot, The Xlpratoiiherbria, The Bria Arouud the Corner. The CHOICKST WINKS, I.ItH'oILH AND CIOARH always on hand. oo'2-lm WANTED. Rf\f| MEN WITH TEAMS, TO kJ\J\J bring their wives an.l children to Buy Goods at the Dollar Store, l*resent prions being 'M lo 100 |ier Cent, lean thau Elaewhere. a\£T lU'ineuiher the place, No. 108 Main Ht., opposite tho Court House. ocVlm2p ELECTION TICKETS, I PRINTED STRICTLY IN CON fhrmlty with the requirements of the CODER,aI Ihe lIKIIAi.d OFFK'K, im<7 spring street. - LOS ANCELEB Weekly Herald WILL APPEAR SHORTLY! The Weekly Herald WILL BK 'jFlict- Hum*- Nize - AH THK ALTA CALIFORNIA, And contain only Three Columns of Advertisements! LIST BOOKS NOW OPEN! PHICK: 84 PER ANNUM ! JOHN OSBORNE. "PIONEER PACKAGE EXPRESS L AND CITY PACKAGE DKKIVKKY. MOVING PIANOS AND ORGANS A SPECIALTY. Pianos Unpacked and Repacked. Anything Delivered, from nn F.nvelope to the largest Case ever shipped, to ull parts ot the city and country. Baggage called for In time tor the tnil ns. Bui" l.enve orders on the slide at the ofllce, ln Wells, Fargo A Co.'s office, corner Main and Market streets, or P. O. box 286. oc'Mmls "auctiowlhouseT" GATES A NOYEB. Corner Temple Uloek and spring si. Auction Business promptly attended to. Hpo elal Hales made In any part of the city or county. Kurulture bought or sold on Commission. Liberal advances mode (Ml consignments. oeitf-ip REAL EBTATE. . S. H. SLAUCHT, I (HQ HBWB REAL EHTATK, SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY! BUYS AND HELLS REAL EH lato In all section* ol iho Union. Has lingo tracts lur sale iv Southern ( all 'inula. Homes for Farmers, I / J .. • t,-' I '/:! .> I Homes for Mechanics, Homes for Business Men, * - -'. i m■ , i Country Home*, Htocll Ullllgi'h, Khoep Rnugpfi, Vineyard, < >r<'liiii , (lM. < 'ity Horn (>«, (M all kinds nnd at all prices. : : ■ . aa I Wfl H ttfta Special attention paid lo the EXCHANGE OF CATTLE. HORSES, SIIKKI'ANIi OTIIKR STOCK. | A. PKIiPKTI AL FAIR, whore tho best products of the country will be freely put on exhibition, lo which all persons are not only invited, but urged (o contribute. It will nut only tend to entertain our visitors, but will enable them to see what we oan raise here, and thus encourage them to unite their capital ami energies witli ours, to develop tho vast resources of our country, add to tlio charms of the most beautiful climate ln tho world. Bring Along Your Best Results ot honest labor, nnd curious freaks of nature, and see If we cannot astonish the world. Also, retKirt what you have done. Special Attention to Exhibition of Ores and general Information exel t'iged in regard to the mines of our country. Mining and Water Stock on Exchange AU orders promptly attended to. and Infor mation given CHEAPLY nnd with dispatch. We are fully convinced that the time ia at hand when old things are to be done away, and nearly all things are to become now. Con sequently, muny changes will lieoome neces sary, and lo facilitate this objeot Is our pur pose In our present business eapneity. From our extensive acquaintance with the people of the Kastern States, as well as our knowledge of this country ami Its people—which we have worked diligently and hard to learn- and the largo amount of Choice. Desirable and Cheap Property we havo on sale nnd to lease, we feel confident of success, and that is half Ihe battle won. Our motto Is onward and upward with the watchword, Know Thyself, tho which we study. So we flatter otirselves that We Can Give Entire Satisfaction to those who may entrust their business to our care. Persons having real estate of any kind to sell, und those wishing to purchase, will please give us a call. We have on sale the following dcscrllied Farms, Dwellings, Building Lots. Stores, Bus iness Stands, stations, Orange, Lime, Lemon and other Fruit Tries; Cuttle, Hoi-son and other Stock : besides many otherftrst-ehiss or chard und Farm Lands, Houses and Inits, and Kanches, Improved and unimproved, from i toS.tlUOacres—some with tine duellings and ull necessary out-buildings; and highly im proved land, ranging from Jti to 11,809 per acre, nol advertised iv the following list: Parties desiring tosell or buy would do well to call und submit their business to him, as all interests entrusted to him will prompt uttun tion- Tho following property on hand: 1(10 Acre* of Hoist Farming Land, suitable for Dairy pur|M>sesorshceprange; yj.OOO worth of improvements In fences and buildings; well watered and in every way desirable. Sit uated one mile from Compton, nine miles from I/js Angeles. Price 312,000. —ALSO — NO. 64. A station on the road to Arizona; stage road; i;K) miles from Los Augeles; house, barn and out-bulldings; good ranch and water for cattle and sheep; tarm-houscaml furnished store, goods and all the stock for sale in ran* ning order-cheap. This is said to as a paying property, —ALSO — NO. art. SS acres unimproved, i; a miles lrom court-house; a line coiner location on a main street; good healthy location. This place will be sold altogether, or in lots ol d or 10 acres. Uood, choice land; easy of access by public Conveyance; tine chance for city homes. —AI-SO-- NO. at. UO acres improved, near San Ga briel Mission. Houso and other outbuildings; well watered; g<*Hl grain or fruit hind. Very chcup. — ALSO— N< )S. N, t) nnd IK 4 and ">, and IMj acre lots; splendidly and pleasantly located; gtssl soil and water privileges; from itiOO to 92,500 each -ALSO— NO. (ia. s ;12-100acres Improved lands, wli,, good house of S nsims; 11.,I 1 ., tulles trom court house, near omnibus line und good school. Well watered. On it are planted 174 orange trees, land 5 years old, iv fine condition, and 10 Nlelly lemons, 6 years old; aO bearing fruit and nut trees, of splendid quality, aud on - lion* of alfalfa. A desirable and dieup place. —A LSO- - NO. tKI. 4'j aores splendid land, IW miles from tho court-house, adjoining tho above. Is planted with walnut,orange ami lemon trees. Cun be purchased at a bargain lor cash. A de sirable city loa —A I.so - NO. Hi 10ncres,well Improved; go.slhou.se oft, rooms; IW miles from court-house, un San Pedro street, on It aro planted laU limes, i and B years old, 100 lemons, t ami 5 years old, 400 orange trees, v years idd,DO apples, 6 pears, »i peaches, 4 figs, 1 Italian chestnnt, ,~>grupc-vines ■ ull lv good bearing. — ALSO— NO. 68. IS neres well Improved, i\i miles from the eourt-houso; gissl houso, 44x40, in cluding wings; two stories, contains H rooms, closets, bath and store-room, all hard tin lshed. Three fine weeping willows grace tho yard; 21 bearing orange trees, loaded with fruit; 20 white walnut,HX apple, 18 pear, 4 Ag, 4 apricot, 7 quince, ;i pomegranate, all in flue bearing; 77 orange. It years old, In orchard; 77 walnut, 4 yours old, ln nursery; 100 walnut, 200 orange, lemon and Unto trees. Also, vineyard of .i,(Klii grapevines, and \\i aores alfalfa. This place Is near the terminus of the omnibus line; a good location, healthy and pleasant; for sale orto rent; a tine property at a bargain. The TOWN OF FLORENCE having been surveyed nnd laid out In blocks of eight acres and lots nf two acres each, will ho ndw open to the market, and liberal inducements will be ottered to parties wishing to start any me chanical or mercantile business, and lota will be sold at very reasonable rates to suit cus tomers, oi, easy terms. Call and look at the map, midget all desired Information at this office. This town is beautifully located, at the junction of the 1* A. a s. P. and the Anaheim brunch ~t the S. P. It. It., five miles below the city of Ism Angeles. Near the vicinity ofthe town of Florence are some very fine ranches, of excellent soil, at very reasonable rates, several of which, va rying from thirty to several hundred acre* each, I have for sale. Persons wishing to get improved land, will do well to investigate Uiu many advantages to In- derived by investing at that point; and just now when a new towu Is on the eve of opening up, to add wealth and beauty to this rertile vaSey, Is the time to pur chase in order to receive the advantages of i be certain rise 111 land.