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The Largest Circulation of any Paper
Printed in the County.
THURSDAY OCTOBER 80, 1873.
Chamber of Commerce.
At a meeting of October 21, 1K7.*1. it
was moved that the subject of collect
ing and telegraphing news, be referred
to the Committee on Newspaper and
Telegraph, and that said Committee
report what steps are to be taken to
procure the credit to be given to Los
Angeles for freight and passengers,
and that they report what arrange
ments can be made to employ some
parties to fully und properly attend to
that matter.
Under the foregoing the Committee
sent to each newspaper, the Hf.rai,i>,
Star, ami Urjm'sy, the following com
munication.
Los ANGELES, CAL., Oct. 28, 187.3.
Please state upon what terms you will
agree to perform the following serv
ices, viz:
Publish daily in your paper, First,
A complete shipping intelligence, giv
ing the names of all steamers and ves
sels arriving at and departing from the
port of San Pedro.
Second, Character and quality of
their cargoes.
Third, Amount and description of
freight arriving at aud forwarded from
Los Angeles railroad depots.
Fourth, Lists of passengers arriving
at and departing from Los Angeles,
by land and sea.
Fifth, Freight, and description of
the same shipped from San Pedro to
New York.
Sixth, Progress of railroad work in
the county, also, improvements of all
kinds of a general nature.
Seventh, Information of a public
interest, such as condition and amount
of all the different crops, wool-clips,
and details of all other resources of
the county, carefully compiled.
Eighth, Information on any other
subject that the Chamber of Com
merce may from time to time desire.
Also, to furnish daily, or as often as
may be necessary, ull of the above in
formation to the telegraph offlee in
this city, in such form as may be
accepted by the agent and ready for
transmission to the upper country
papers.
All of the above items to be pub
lished in the weekly papers in the
same form as in the daily.
Please hand in your reply to the
Chamber of Commerce in time forthe
meeting of the Board of Directors,
this, Tuesday, evening at 7:30 p. M.
Yours respectfully,
M. J. Newmark,
Chairman of Committee on News
papers and Telegraphs.
The several papers made the follow
replies:
Oenci o» thk Fti a ass, t
Ix»s Angeles, Oct. 2Stli. ,
To the Board of Directors of the
Chamber of Commerce: Gentlemen —
In answer to your request for the pub
lication of certain intelligence speci
fied in yonr note to-day, we beg leave
to say that all matters mentioned
therein, which are in our power to
procure daily, we will cheerfully pub
lish free of charge. Judging from the
tenor of your request, that you desire
us to procure all the different items
ourselves, we would say, that in other
cities it is enstomary for the Chamber
to furnish reports for the papers up to
the hour of going to press. All such
news as you furnish us we will pub
lisfreeof charge. A large portion of
the intelligence we will be unable to
procure without extra editorial help;
nevertheless, we will publish a large
portion of it at all events.
Respectl'ulty, yours,
TIFFANY & CO.
From the above answer of Tiffany
& Co., it will be observed they state,
"A large portion of the intelligence
we will be unable to procure without
extra editorial help."
The Star sent the subjoined answer:
L.OS ANUEI.ES, Oct. 28, 1873.
To the Board of Directors of the
Chamber of Commerce of Los Ange
les, Gentlemen:—l hereby respectfully
acknowledge the receipt of your letter
of this date, which is enclosed. In
reply to the propositions numbered
from one to eight inclusive, 1 beg to
say that it is my daily aim to furnish
such information to the readers of the
Star. But I think there is room for
improvement. I look upon the Cham
ber of Commerce of Los Angeles as
the most important body in our midst,
and I am ready to publish any and all
news and information that may be
suggested from that source as best cal
culated to enhance the consolidated
interests of this city and county. I
know of no terms to impose, except
that I am ready to contribute toward
the payment for any and all news
furnished by the Chamber of Com
merce exclusively.
In reply to the last proposition, I am
constrained to say that I have no time
to collate matter for telegraphic trans
mission. If you will permit me to
suggest in this connection, I think that
you could get one of the operators to
collate from the three dailies the
cream of commercial and other news
of moment for about two dollars per
week. I am willing to give him in
formation and let him see my proofs
each night before publication."
If the Cham her of Commerce wishes
to send any of my papers to ether
Chambers, or to hotels in our State
and in the East, it may do so by pay
ing about the cost of white "paper,
wrapper, etc. —the Daily Star for to
per year and the Weekly Star for $1 50
per year.
I am, Gentlemen, very respectfully
your obedient servant,
Ben C. Truman.
From this it will be seen that the
Star says, "I am constrained to say
that I have no time to collate matter
for telegraphic transmission." He
wuggests however that it can be hired
for about $2 per week, which is $104
per annum. The supposition that any
person can be hired to feed pigs for
this sum, is highly absurd, far more
so when collating dispatches is tbe
duty involved, which requires skilled
labor.
The Herald made the following
answer:
llKKAI.l) UFKKK, I
I.os Angeles, Oct. 28, 1973, )
To M. J. Newmark, Esq., Chm'n of
< 'ommitteeon Newspapers:—Kir--Your
communication in regard to publish
ing statistics lias been received. In
answer we beg leave to say that the
collection of the news for our own
paper will always be made, as you dc
sire, but that a report to the Telegraph
office and other duties incident thereto,
will involve some extra labor, we will
do this provided the Chamber will
send 100 copies of the WEEKLY HEB
ALD to Eastern Hotels and Libraries.
Yours, Very truly,
C. A. Stokkk.
The Herald therefore asked no
money consideration.
From the foregoing facts it will be
seen that both the Star and Kotpreu
virtually confessed that they were un
able to perform the services required;
they even suggested that the Chamber
should constitute itself a local editor
to collect and furnish news for them —
whereas, tho members of the Board
being all active business men and
having no time to devote to this pur
pose, adopted what they considered
the best mode of having it performed.
This they did, and the Hf.rai.d re
ceived the contract, simply because
it was the only paper that made a di
rect bid, and the subscription for the
100 copies is the only compensation
this paper receives for the services re
quired to be performed.
Late Telegrams.
KXCM MVKI.V TO THK HERALD.
Common School Meet
ing in New York.
An Ocean Steamer Supposed to
be Lost.
1,400 Men Discharged from
a Navy Yard.
Tom Scott fails to Negotiate
Bonds in Europe.
A Californian dies in Chicago.
NEW YORK.
New Yoke, Octohor2B.—The Cooper
Institute was filled last night by the
opponents of any change In the com
mon school system, involving a divi
sion of public funds to sectarian
schools. Among the resolutions was
one favoring the incorporation of the
general principles of the school system
in the Constitution of the United
States, that it may hecome national
and be placed heyond the reach of its
enemies.
Two weeks ago a box containing a
quantity of bonds belonging to John
H. Zebach was stolen from the Long
Island Savings Hank, Brooklyn. Last
Saturday Zebach received a letter ask
ing if he would pay Sl'>,ooo on return
of the bonds.
The extensive print works of (iarder
& Co., at Little Kalis, Rochester, New*
herg, Pleasant Valley and Haverstrnw
stopped Saturday and 1,000 people
were thrown out of employment. The
firm pays Soil,ooo a month to its em
ployes.
Up to a late hour last night cable
dispatches tailed tO bring any intelli
gence of the missing steamer Ismalya,
due at Liverpool from New York
twenty-eight days ago. She may
have become disabled and put into
some ]K>rt for repairs, hut sufficient
time has elapsed for word to reach
those interested, and the general con
viction is that she has gone down.
fit Maine concluded his argument
in the case of Stokes to-day. District
Attorney Phelps, for the prosecution,
lias began his.
Of the fifty or sixty thousand de
positors in the hanking house of Jay-
Cooke & Co., all hut thlrtv have signed
v plan agreeing to place the settlement
of their accounts iv the hands of ex-
Comniissioner of Internal Revenue
Collins. These thirty are either dis
tant from the city or cannot at present
he reached.
The Associated Banks gained $10,
--0(10,000 in legal tender to-day.
New York, October 2».—John T.
Irving, who admitted in San Fran
cisco that he was criminally connected
in the murder of Benjamin Nathan In
this city two years ago, is to he tried
for burglary.
The piano, billiard table nnd cigar
manufacturers and other producers of
luxuries, are conducting their lmsiness
with great caution, large factories are
being run on half time and with half
their usual force, while smaller estab
lishments have iv the main closed
altogether.
Carleton, the missing Secretary of
the Union Trust Company, is reported
as having been indicted by the Grand
Jury on a charge of forgery. ('arleton
is said to be on his way to Europe.
Col. Tom. Bcott has just returned
from Europe. He states that, while
the disturbed monetary condition here
defeated his efforts to negotiate a sale
of the Texus Pacific Railroad bonds,
he obtained such financial aid as will
enable the company to continue work
on the road, and to build it within the
requirements of Congress und the
State of Toxas. He thinks well se
cured American Railroad bonds will
l»e readily saleable in Kurois* in a few
months.
District Attorney Phelps this morn
ing concluded his address in the
Stokes case. Counsel Tretnaine for
tho prisoner, then summed up the
points to the Judge for consideration.
Jury and Court then took v recess.
After re-assembling, Judge Davis be
gan his charge to the jury.
Jacob Misshelson, convicted of the
murder of a deputy U. S. Marshal
named Stevens, in Jersey city, is sen
tenced to be hanged Dec. sth.
ALBANY, Oct. 29.—Governor Dix
has offered a reward of $300 for infor
mation which may lead to the convic
tion of the persons who caused tho
death of Charles G. Kelsey, at Hunt
ington, Long Island.
WASHINGTON.
Washington, Oct. 10.—Nearly four
hundred mechanics and about one
thousand laborers were discharged
from the navy yard, owing to money
running short; in consequence of the
large number of improvements made
In the yard during the summer.
The Receiver of the First National
Hank is verifying the accounts of de*
positora. In about two weeks a divi
dend of 25 to 80 jkt cent will be made
from assets already collected in other
banks.
Washington, Oct. 28. — Secretary
Richardson's letter to Treasurer Spin
ner directing the payment of silver, is
as follows: " You will please, on and
after receipt of this letter, and until
otherwise ordered, pay public creditors,
should they desire it, on account of
currency obligations, but not in ex
change for currency, a sum not exceed
ing $5 silver coin."
Washington, Oct. 29. — Gen. Van
Huron, ex-Commissioner to Vienna,
had an interview with the President
and Secretary of State to-day.
Minister Low had a conversation
with the President on the condition of
affairs in China.
Washington, October 29.—The
Treasury Department have received-a
dispatch from Special Agent Cattel, at
London, announcing that the German
Government had subscribed $3,000,000
to the purchase of the new five per
cent, bonds. This makes 510,000,000
which has been subscribed from that
source alone, and is one-third of the
subscription.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, Oct. 28.—A brisk snow
storm prevailed yesterday, last night
and this morning, throughout the
southwest, accompanied by a sharp
northwest wind.
Chicago, October 29.—5. I). Free
man of Merced, California, arrived
here last night and stopped at the
Adams House. He was accompanied
by two little boys about four and six
years of age respectively. He was
suffering from ill health when he left
California and was much exhausted
when he arrived here. This morning
a servant went to his room lo make a
fire and conversed with him. The
servant left the room for a few minutes
and when he returned he found Free
man sitting in a chair before the fire
dead. The little boys, unconscious of
their father's death, were playing
merrily in bed. Mr. Freeman was on
his way to Binghampton, New York,
where he has a brother living who has
been notified by telegraph of his sad
death* The boys are being tenderly
cured for by the proprietors of the
Adams House.
MEMPHIS.
Memphis, Oct. 28.—The mortality
from noon yesterday to noon to-day,
from yellow fever and other causes was
eight. An increase of two of fever
from the same hour yesterday, but a
decline in the number of new cases.
There was a hard frost this morning
and the temperature is still falling.
Mayor Johnson resumed his official
duties this forenoon.
MEMPHIS, Oct. 29.—Deaths from
yellow fever during the past 24 hours
number 11. No new cases reported.
There was a heavy frost last night.
ST. LOUIS.
St. LOUIS, Oct. 28.—The steamer
Continental with the prize fighter ex
cursion on hoard, was seized here this
morning by the Illinois authorities
and tied up. Jack Mooney and other
managers were arrested. Hogan and
Allen were not on board.
St. Louis, Oct. 29.—1t is now stated
that the Allen-Hogan fight takes
place to-morrow.
Two intoxicated men were frozen to
death near Redder, Mo., Monday
night.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Cumberland, Oct. 28. — Floyd
Carey of the Times was shot yesterday
by J. M. Risley. He died last night.
Risley was arrested. The shooting
grew out of an editorial reflecting on
Risley's father who was Clerk of the
Court.
Westchester, Oct. 29.— The trial
of Addershone, on the charge of kill
ing W. S. Gross, began this morning.
Cincinnati, Oct. 29.—John Ed
wards a drunken butcher, while abus
ing his family lust night, was shot by
ids sou Richard and died this morning.
FOREIGN NEWS.
Bf:ki.in, Oct. 28.—A tire last night
caused a loss of 95,000 t balers.
Paris, Oct. 29.—The old ojiera house
is burned.
General Belleware wrote a letter to
the Minister of War saying if mon
archy was restored he would resign
from the army. The Minister Imme
diately placed the General on the re
tired list.
Vienna, Oct. 20. There is another
panic on the Hhhrse and Government
is endeavoring to effect a settlement
of the financial difficulty.
Dresdkn, Oct. 20.-The death of
King John of Saxony, at Phiitz, Is an
nounced this morning.
London, Oct. 29.—A dense fog lays
over this city and numerous accidents
have occurred on the streets. At this
hour (noon) travel is almost sus
pended.
Madrid, Oct 20. -It is reported
that the Car lists have fired on a
British war vessel killing one ofthe
crew.
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS.
I V 4 1.1 SI V I I. > TO TIIK iii:kai.i>.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Sunrise Officer* arrested*imnll-pox
Great k'J.ooo Race, etc.
San Francisco, Oct. 28.
The trial of Dennis Maloney, second
mate of the ship Sunrise, commenced
in the U. S. District Court this after
noon. Five seamen of the ship swore
Ro acts of cruelty on his part during
the voyage. The trial is not yet con
cluded.
Henry Franks, who died in tlie
county hospital yesterday, committed
suicide, by taking morphine.
Arrangements were completed to
day for the great $20,000 race which is
to come off at Alameda Park about
the lath of next month. Arrange
ments have been made for the accom
modation of 25,000 people.
Sax Francisco, Oct. 20.
Mrs. E. ii C. Ketchum was granted
a decree of divorce from Wm. W.
Ketchum on the ground of extreme
cruelty.
Dennis Maloney, second mate of the
ship Sunrise came into the I'nited
States Circuit Court to-day for sen
tence, but on his motion sentence was
postjKmed.
Price of greenbacks to-day, 92t« 925.
A little boy, a son of one of the
jurors in the past trial of Mrs. Fair, is
before the Police Court to-day for
burglary. He is charged with having
broken into and robbed three houses
in the western part of the city.
There have been four cases of small
pox in the city during the month and
one death from that disease.
The Modoc prisoners are to be taken
to Fort MacPherson, Wyoming Terri
tory, instead of Fort Russell. Barncho
andSlolux are at Fort Alcatraz.
The Golden Chariot Mining Com*
pany has increased its capital stock to
$3,000,000.
John W. Taylor first insulted and
then assaulted C. Warner on Sacra
mento street, this f. >i.
David Grace, during a tight with a
sailor, on the city front, this evening,
bit oft" his opponent's upper Hp. He
was arrested and a charge of mayhem
entered against him.
Arguments in the cast; of F. Rossi,
on his second trial for tho alleged rape
on a small child, are ail in and the
Judge will deli Vet his charge to the
jury in the morning.
The police have had a lively time
since 3 o'clock this afternoon, having
made seventeen arrests of which
eight were for assault ami battery.
The great $20,000 race will come off
at the Ocean House race track on the
loth, and not at the Alameda track, as
was first intended.
George H. Rradbury, President of
the Pacific Mail Company, will arrive
in this city about Monday next.
Stocks.
Following are the transactions at the .Morn
ing Hoard:
Ophir 67 Globe %
Gould A Curry 14? 4 Central 18K
B. AH X bullion 124
Savage Bok Sliver Hill 10
('hollar *fk Kellnse 8
Hale A Norcross jSBj N. V. Con 1%
Crown Point llli " American Flat b%
Yellow Jacket lit Tyler tide
Imperial a>i Union Con Ik
Flmplre 4)2 Woodville 1%
Kentuck 14% Fairmount Si-j
Alpha 2K Justice 9%
Belcher Ti% Succor ,i
Confidence X% Julia 3%
Con Virginia 58 Overman
sierra Nevada U% Central No. 2 10
Dnney IXI Kock Island Mc
Exchequer 101 Knickerbocker ;W*
' seg Belcher SB I Baltimore T\
Caledonia u>%|Utah 8
AFTERNOON lIOAKU'
Meadow Va11ey....*!,'!?,; Hale A Norcross 27' B
Raymond A E1y...557 Overman |BK
Kureku Con » Red Jaekri.... 7^_
Alps IV 4 Kentuck 14^
American Flur .v. S Chariot 7%
Bolmont S'/i Imperial 4k
Newark 4^ a Baltimore 7%
Kentucky Il'-i Eldorado South 4}^
Hermese Uy H Amador :t">
Rye Patch 7% Chollar lii
1' Peak 2% Gould A Curry 18%
Chf Hill % Savage .0.1
Carolina 3 7 8 Ophir tlfik
St Patrick Si frown Point 11l
Golden Chariot 111., silver Hill 10
Mahogany t% globe y t
Orlg Hidden Treas :i Buckeye 1
Ploche 4 Kossuth 10
Eureka Sjk Belcher KIM,,'
Con. Virginia 02 Jackson .'II
VALLEJO.
Miuall-pox Murine Intelligence.
Vam.ejo, October 28.
A case of small-pox reported on
Mare Island has proved fatal.
Captain Hopkins is to take command
of the United States steamer Benicia
upon her arrival at Mare Island.
The ship Baltic finished unloading
coal ut Mare Island to-day.
The bark Brontes ran ashore on
the south end of Mare Island to-day.
She will probably be got off at high
tide.
The ship Edinburg Castle arrived at
Starrs' Mill to load with wheat.
SACRAMENTO.
Big Brick Kiln Important Lawsuit.
County Value*... Board of Tntde Re
daction In the Price or tins-
Sacramknto, Oct. 28.
Charles Crocker returns from the
east to-morrow.
Phillip Callahan has just completed
burning 1,400,000 brick in one kiln.
The case of Schawl), against the
State Treasurer Baehr, lor illegally
keeping back a portion of wages due
the plaintiff! is set for next Monday,
in Justice Jeiiks Court. Creed Hay
mond has been retained for ihe tie
fence.
Sacramento, Oct. 20.
The annual statement of the County
Auditor, shows the value of real es
tate in this county, to bo $10,307,215;
personal property, 59,0~2,210.
The adjourned citizens' meeting
held with a view of establishing a
Board of Trade, takes place this even
ing. The Committee appointed at the
last meteing will report.
The Sacramento (>as Company re
duce the price on the first of Novem
ber to $2 60 per thousand feet,
MONTEREY.
Attempted Suicide.
Monterey', October 28.
A Spaniard named Jesus Maria Cas
tro, shot himself this afternoon a little
above the heart, and is not expected to
live. The cause of the act is supposed
to be family troubles.
SAN LUIS RANCH.
Stage Team Huns Aw ay.
San Lris Ranch, Oct 28.
This morning, while the driver was
having the mail changed at Kalorn's
store, nine miles east of here, the
horses attached to the stageweivfright
ened by aome drunken men, and ran
against another team with such force
as to drive the wagon jade through
two of the horses killing both.
STOCKTON.
Trinl of Mrs. Wilklna.
Stockton, Oct. 20.
The trial of Mrs. VVilklns, for mur
dering her husband, was commenced
in the District Court to-day. Jury
not yet obtained.
At the City Hardens to-day there
were two races; the first trotting rat c,
mile heats, 2 in 8, for colts, puree 9100.
Amanda, Leon and Victress started.
Race and purse won by Amanda. The
second was a running race, one mile
and repent for 9100 —Modesto and Car
rie Miller started, the former winning
in two straight heats. Time 1:55 and
1 ssi
MARYS VILLE.
Run Over and Killed Trial ol'nHaiili
Bobber.
Marysvii.i.i:, Oct. 20.
A boy named John Ltiekley, 10 years
of age, was run over by the up
freight train at S P. M. to-day. The
wheels passed over his legs and one
arm, He died at 5 o'clock this evening.
The Jury in the case of the People
vs. W. P. Winkley, indicted for at
tempt to rob the bank of Decker &
Jewett, wmempannelled to-day. The
trial will commence to-morrow.
NEVADA.
Mwff* Bobbed — lull Races—Trial an
Bnne.
Dayton, New, Oct. 29.
(«. \V. Hutchinson was arrested for
rape in Silver City three weeks ago,
and was tried before the Third District
Court yesterday. The jury returned a
verdict of not guilty.
Carson, October 28.
The first races tit the Fall Meeting
of the Carson City Jockey Club came
off to-day. In the two-mile and re
peat trotting race for a purse of $300,
there were two starteis—Oregon Jake,
six years old, ami Jim Cook, nine.
Oregon Jake won in two straight heats.
Time—s:2l and 5:25. A three mile
and a half dash followed for a purse of
$150, in which three horses started—
Overland Pat, Agate and Jordan.
Overland Pat, a Norfolk four-year old,
won In 11:8.1.
AUSTIN, October 28. I
This morning, as the stage from
Rattle Mountain was approaching
Reese River crossing, v man armed
with a shot gun stepped into the road
and ordered the driver to halt. This
was obeyed, and the robber demanded
and received the treasure box. He
then ordered the driver to proceed.
Sheriff' Emric, accompanied by an In
dian, sfurted out in pursuit of the rob
ber this morning.
OREGON.
Kariuera' Meeting; Aecld.-ui at Sea
Fire.
ALBANY, October 28.
James Shiertz, the murderer of Van
Emerson in the tragedy at Sweet
Home Valley a few days since, was
arrested near Lebanon by the Sherifl'
and brought to Albany and placed in
jail. A preliminary examination was
held last evening and the prisoner
bound over in the sum of $2,000 to
answer a charge of manslaughter at
the next term of the Circuit Court.
Albany, Or., Oct. 20.
This afternoon, about half-past one,
some children playing with matches
set fire to a large barn and fifty tons
of hay, owned by Hurd & Co., destoy
ing both. By great exertions of citi
zens the residences and adjoining
buildings were saved. Had ti strong
south wind been blowing, as is com*
mon this time of year, the entire
northern part of the city would have
gone, as the water gave out.
Portland, Oct. 28. :
At a farmers' meeting at Astoriu, on
Friday last, resolutions were passed
that the true policy in the wheat pro
ducers of Oregon, should be to place
their grain at tide water.
The ship Lord of the Isles hus ar
rived from Australia. The second
mate, John Hammond, fell overboard
and was drowned.
Washington Territory.
Coal Mines Opened Bnllrond I .amis
Uhs Works.
TIiNINO, Oct. 28.
Governor Salomon has completed
arrangements for opening and work
ing the coal mines here.
Seattle, Oct. 29.
The hill deeding the tide Huts of
Elliott bay to the Seattle anil Walla
Walla Railroad Company, hus passed
both houses of the territorial legis
lature.
Work on the gas works is progres
sing rapidly and by the middle of next
month the city will he lighted with
gas.
BORN.
HILLED October Ml h, tolhe wife of M. Kil
ler, a daughter,
NEW
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>V Id Is yearn old, mr a hotel. ApplJ ti
this offlee. ueatsqi
U. O. It, M.
rpHK MEMBERS OF LOS AN
1 OELES sta.m.m No. 1.13 are hereby r>_
quested lomeetnt their latitat 2P. M. to-day
to attend tin 1 funeral of their deceased brother
Julius Deter. AUO. sT<i;i;.Mi:tt, Hee'y,
J. KAKNIIAHIIT, I ». I 11. I'
For Sale!
A COTTAGE WITH 4 ROOMS
and v porch; Sout-houses:Slots; 80feet
frontage nu Hill street, and ur> dep. between
loth and ntii streets. Price 111,000. Inquire at
this office. tK»aotf
NOTICE.
/ X) TO f. 15. FFRdISON'S FOR
vJ ai.f-lka seed. Corner of Sprini
and Court ►treets, i.os Angeles. oc3ow I
Farms for Sale!
NEAR IVIETO* jt>jEJi*OT
A X ACRES —FIRST-CLASS FOR
corn orjfruit, with wood and ffltft
water. Prlc»>, Sl.Sisi. 2L.
OQI ACRES NEAR THE COL
*) * ''i LEU E—not in cultivation - one in lie
south of Ihe 1,. X. H. K. -l,iw.
*.> •*: ACRES ALL IN (TLTIVA
*r *f Tli )N - lirst-elass Improve.! — near
Gallatin -one mile south of 1,. X. K. R. 12,800
W( CACHES FIRST-CLASS, IN
Css " cultivation, alih the beat artesian
w. ii aniTreaervotr in ihe county. 4 miles east
of Nietos Depot. IBJJOO. Apply to
waotf J. is. HOLLDWAY, Oallatln,
MERCED THEATER.
J. H. LKROY MANAGER
K. MINIS \GK.NT
BENEFIT OF MR. FRED. FENTON!
Extraordinary Attraction.
mr. r r. SAXON
Ua> kindly consented to appear iv shnks
peare's powerful creation of
Othello.
MR. SAMUEL BROWN MART
w ill make his flrsl appearance as BBAB. W'Tlo.
The accompllshe I artiste,
RC'me MARIE IMJ KKT,
lv iter elegant Impersonation of AMELIA.
THU RSDAY I.VF.HXti. OUT. M,
Will he presented Shakspeare'n Tragedy of
OfHollo.
i iTHELLV MR. T. A. SAX< »N
[ago MR. sami.. Ptkrcy
Brabaidlo Mr. Samuel lirownbnrt
AM BETA MM E M. DURET
Concluding with the Faroe of
Wanted a Young Lady.
Admission—Dress Circle, 11, Parqiiette, .jo
cents. Private boxes, 14.
Doors open al 7:.'IU. Curtain rises it! ,S.
BOX Sheet for reserved seals open ut theatre
from 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
No extra chaw (01 reserved seals, oc; 0
——————II ■! IIII■!I 11..1.8H111S
The Riverside Colony!
"Persons in Search of a
I HEALTHFUL LOCATION, far from
the fogs nnd damp winds of the coast, should
not fail to visit the COLONY OF RIVER
HIDE. The oliuiafe ot this location Is
Tho Jto«t in the Kioto for *Tlio*o
.V 111 icl ,'<l with I.iuio ur
1 ti-om liiol DiseascH.
Those wishing to engage In the cultivation
of VINES AND SEMI-TROPICAL FRUITS,
will 11 ii tl here one ofthe
Very Best Places in Southern California
for that purpose, it being UXSIKPASSKIi in
CLIMATIC, soil., AMI AItCNOANCKoK W'ATKH.
A limited number ol invalids will And
good accommodations for the winter at the
BSVeI and in private families.
On and after the first of January, 1874, a
Daily Line of Carriages
will connect Riverside with the railroad .ter
minus, so that passengers 'from Los Angeles
can reach Riverside within a few hours.
J. W. NORTH,
President Southern Cal. Colony Associal'n.
Riverside, Oct. 27. IK7.'t. oc2Bftwp4
prun!n^shi^rs7 _
jyjA LON E'S PATENT,
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
T. ID. MAIJNOEIRcI,
Hole Proprietor for California nnd Oregon.
S3. A\DOSS,
Sole Agent for California.
IT SAVES THE LIMB FROM SPLITTING,
AND ( I TS A CLEAN CUT.
oc2B-lmlp
HARP AND SHAMROCK
THE I NDERSkTnED HAS PUR
CHASED the above business, aud "will
keep on hand none but the Pi'REST AND
BEST
IRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKIES.
LiiKllsli and Scotch Ales,
American Bourbou and Rye,
Hat ana Ulgartt, etc.
CEAD MILLE FAILTHE.
JOHN CASHION,
_ocfttf 110 Main street, I,os Angeles.
Montana Meat Market.
rpHEODORE FRfEHLINGER.
A- The best and lenderest meats Ta^—
In the market. None but the Is
Primest Beef and Mutton .ssslJll.
ever lo be found. Note the address -Montana
Meat Market, Main street near First, Los Aa
gelea. , (Hd4if_
JOSEPH BRESON,
SAMPLE ROOMS,
OPPOSITE V. S. HOTEL, MAIN ST.
The purest WIN KB, the choicest CIGARS,
and the beat FANCY DRINKS concocted
south ol' San Francisco.
»S Temple Block, next, to Wells, Fargo A
Company's office. < qc2-Ih>lh
LAFAYETTE STORE.
T> N. ROTH & CO.
1. • No. 4;i MAIN STREET.
Wholesale and retail dealers iv
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Provisions, Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars und
Whiskies. oc 141 f
Bakersfleld Saloon.
JOHN B. TINUATE, PROP* R.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
and the
BEST BILLIARD SALOON IN KERN CO.
My old Los Angeles friends, please gtVQ me
a call. My place is next Ihe telegraph Mage
Company's office, oe.'stfip
CARPET WAREHOUSC COLUMN
CARPETS
of the—
Richest and Newest Patterns!
OIL CLOTHS
IN EVERY STYLE.
Paper Hangings
Of varied and choicest lutes.
The Carpet Warehouse
HAH
REMOVED
- ON -
Monday, October 6th, 1873,
TO THE-
I* It E IVI X MEN
Lately occupied by .1. H. Wkiuut A Co.
This magnlllccnt store hus hem entirely
ii KM o v r r isi>
A FULL LINK OF THE
RICHEST FURNITURE COVERINGS

UPHOLSTERING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
China Mattings,
Coir Mattings,
Rugs and Mats.
tNow Styles,)
COADELINE
VALENCES
—AND—
LAMBERKINS!
Plain and Striped Reps
[•was* "»,o v ,ind;f.,'i in
I'l'i.l i■■• n»n| •iiasnl'i odi 1«> vjlHtyM
AARON SMITH,
CARPET WAREHOUSE.
OC>i; M ,»

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