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GITY Am> HTJIJTJItIJS.
BSuKvjry Hlyle of Painting ami (Hazing
done In the highest style of art, ami al Mason*
itblo rale-, by ('. lUpb iel A Co.
ii 0 All men ought lo know Unit all kinds ol
gentlemen's Clothing will he made with ncut
niMs and dispatch hy a repular tailor. The
ni ikiiu and (rimming ot Wool.in .Mill cloth
ha specialty at D, W. rilzpatrlcK's, corner of
Court and Spring streets.
It.-CI. Colin keeps fine Havana and Domes
tic Cigars. No. ill Main street, Downey,s Brook,
Thompson A Gorson's saloon.
»su The thin of Immigration Is steadily sel
tiii;( 111, and tip* first thing custom people do
is to throw a way their New Vorh Hats and buy
a new one of Dksmoni,. They say there is no
comparison between the two.
•WT Bomemher it costs hut 5(1 cents to sc '
the Combination Entertainment in ccmnec
lon witli Howard's Menagciie of Living Ani
mals anil Birds from all parts of the world, at
the pavilion neXl to the Hl.it.M.li otllce, OB
Saturday and Pair Week, 1108-51*
The only place where the genuine
Interchungable Pebble Spectacles can he
found Is at Elshef A Co's Jewelry Store,!)"
Main street. They arc made of the best ma
terial, uniform in density and of high retrac
tive power. Come, all ye who live for good
eye- ,i jht, and try them.
; The < ii.y as Iteinse.
The California oysters kept in the
rloganl establishment of Mr. Cuyas, near the
Pico House, have special qualities, owing to
(he system followed by the above named gen
tleman in fattcnlnr ami preserving themes
fresh as When taken mil of the SOU, Lovers of
oysters can sec for themselves and be con
vinced, Chocolate, codec, tea and other rc
tVeihnienM, all lirst-elass, are also served
(here. There can be found for sale sherry
Wine, Mu-entcl, imported from Spain, by
Mr. Cuyas, and best brands of Havana Ci
gar". He also keeps a good stock of perfu
mery, toys and candles of all kinds. no9>2w
"Eat, drink and bo merry" at
Johnny .Moore's san Francisco Restaurant,
on Commercial street. Johflny Is an acknowl
edged prince among restnurnntcurs, and
knowing (his, the Committee' of Arrange
m ails have authorised him lo establish a
branch at the Fair grounds for the accommo
dation of attendants at the races. The best
m si's and vere'uble-i are used and cooked in
the most palatable manner. Take your meals
ut Johnny's and you will feel truly refreshed.
All meals 2C cents.
Of Special Interest to i nriili'i s.
At the Espeian/a Store, Mo. 108
Main street, will be found Hie largest and
choicest stock of .Merchandise, < Iroceries,
Liquors, Cigars, etc., in Southern California.
II is welt known that al this store you can
buy all goods in their line al from live to ten
percent, cheaper than at any oilier store In
Log Angeles) also that the highest price is
paid for all kinds of country produce. All
goods delivered to any part of Hie city free of
charg '. •
Holt, of Pctahimu, is in town with
An Italian dropped down deed yes
terday at Los Nietos.
The truck on the fair ground was in
excellent condition yesterday.
And now the Governor says are may
eat, drink, and be merry, Novem
Autonke Mallact, on the AVilmlng
tou Railroad, lias a peach tree pro
ducing a second crop.
M. L. Thatcher, conductor on tbe
Oregon Division of tiie ('. P. R. R., is
on a short visit to this city.
Rev. Mr. Gibson died very suddenly
at Florence day before yesterday. His
funeral took pliu'c here yesterday.
To-iight is played Lady Audley's
Secret. Madame Duret as Lady Aud
ley, and Samuel W. Pierey as Robert
Audley. Hamlet will be played on
Wednesday, November 12th.
Senator Maelay, of San Jose, and a
friend directly from the East are in
town with tiie idea of establishing a
colony near Los Angeles, if they are
not driven elsewhere, by the high
A meeting of the voters of Los
Angeles county, "who sustain the Peo
ples Independent Party" is announc
ed tor Thursday evening, November
18th. at 7 o'clock. The object of the
meeting is to perfect the county or
ganization of tiie Party.
Addis, the photographer, has a very
grand ami costly studio at the Fair
Ground, where he will take any and
all kinds of photographs. His prices
are very low, as you can learn from
the small posters. This is the first
venture of the kind and is worth
There were live drunks brought be
fore the Mayor, yesterday, two Ameri
cans, one squaw, and two Mexicans,
and as the jailer sorrowfully remarked,
" There was'nt a red cent to be got out
of one of them." They were trans
ferred to various suits of rooms in Mr.
Attention is called to the interesting
letter of our San Francisco correspond
ent. His modesty prevents him Trom
publishing his name, but he com
menced life in California as a Chroni
ca' reporter, and like most men who
have been through that mill, rose rap
idly, and now occupies an import
ant position in a leading San Francisco
oliice. His letters will appear every
Following are the passengers from
Santa Barbara, per steamer Mohongo.
Arrived here Sunday lasr: J. Staples,
B. Laroux, I. K. Fisher, J. A. Sclioe
mann, Miss M. Noland, S. Forney, P.
J. Barber, A. A. Green, Chas. Mcln
tyre, H. H. Harmon, Geo. Stone, R.
W. Rifling, Mrs. Jacques, child and
nurse, M. M. Eddy, R. A. Chase.
Mr. Waddington, recently job print?
er of the Herald otflce, severed his
connection with this otflce for other
reasons than that of incompetency.
He is the most tasty job printer we
have ever known. His work attests
this. Our morning croaker's fancy was
as inaccurate as usual. He describes
in the same issue tho remanding ofthe
O'Neals to prison, when they were dis
charged by the Grand Jury. What lit
tle news he does give should at least
Reynold's new barouche made its
first appearance yesterday. It is the
prettiest thing in Los Angeles, and
was made, as already announced, at
Page and Gravel's manufactory. The
carriage is a Britt barouche of French
design, aud made throughout in Los
Angeles. The running gear and iron
work was done by Page, and the body
was made by Gravel. John T. Fonck
manufactured the cushions and inte
rior fittings, all of which are of red mo
rocco leather. The harness is from
Workman's factory, silver mounted
and engraved with'the initials J. J. R.
The carriage lamps are of a new de
sign, and are constructed of eight solid
crystal plates. Connoisseuers say that
no finer work than this can be done in
MEETING OF THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT AG
The Weather was a little cloudy in
the morning nod the sky overcast, but
at 10 o'clock old So! made up his mind
to see the races, and burst out In all
his glory. There were not more than
1,500 people present at tho opening,
inasmuch as the Interests of the week
were not altogether concentrated in
tiie lirst day's racing. There was a
fair sprinkling of ladies, and great in
terest was manifested iv the proceed
Exhibition of ateetn
Mrs. M. It. Pleasant enters live
Cashmere goats, They are In charge
of L. E. Pleasant. These goats were
raised from stock imported into the
county by Buttorlield and Sons. The
principal buck when sheared last
spring, yielded 3} pounds of fine Wool.
The Pleasants have about SO head of
cross stock on their ranch. These on
exhibition ure valued nt $60 each, but
there are some in the county of the
same breed valued as high as $100. F.
Buschard lias between 100 ami 600 of
these goats in the county. These of
Mr. Pleasant's have been ull tiie time
feeding with sheep, and have even
done better than their mates. Seilor
Poyorena, whose ranch is situated at
Old Los Nietos, has about 600 com
mon gouts, and has some real valuable
Cashmere bucks which lie is breeding
in with his milkers. There are also,
in other parts of the county, many
small flocks of goats which are
being bred in witli the Cashmere, and
the subject is receiving great attention.
Some commission merchants in
New York have been In communica
tion with the owners of the Cashmere
stock, and decided that the wool will
fetch $1 00 per pound there.
Mr, Pleasant's rancho is situated
east of the Santa Ana river, in the
TIIK BIQ lit'LL.
C A. Cotflnan'i bull arrived about
noon. It weighed last year about 1,700
lbs., and it is said that his weight to
day is 2,200 lbs. It is three years old,
partially cream colored, one-quarter
Cheshire and the remainder Durham.
It was bred in Yuba county, by N. G.
Swee/.y, and raised in this county by
Mr. ('oilman. The bull was brought
here when four weeks old. He carried
Off the lirst prize for the beat bull calf
at the Northern District Fair, held in
Yuba in 1870, ami also took tbe first
premium at the State Fair in Sacra
mento in the same year. He is a no
ble looking animal, and attracted gen
P. Uarnier, of this city, exhibits live
rams. Two of them are three years
old. one is two years old, anil the re
maining two were Imported from
France, age not mentioned. The prin
cipal and best of these bucks yielded
4o lbs. of wool. This seems immense,
but such are the facts, as given to our
reporter, Mr. Gamier has got about
460 ewes on his ranch two years old,
and 250 lambs raised last year. All of
these are the produce of the bucks on
exhibition. He has ia addition about
2,000 half-breed sheep. The wool of
those on exhibition is very line, and
was universally admired by all the
J. H. Kirkpatriek, in the entries, best
ram under two years old; best three
ewes two years old and over; hest
three ewes under two years old, and
best ewe of any age or breed.
In addition to the above, George O.
TilTany exhibits Robin and John car
nage horses, Oregon Queen and lilly,
Oregon Relle and lilly, and Echo Belle,
H. T. Sanchez exhibits a saddle
horse, Bayou, Spanish, nine years old.
Mrs. M. R. I'leasants, tiie saddle
horse Pirate; also, a graded hone,
four yean old.
F. M. Rouster, a stallion, nine years
old in the entry list of any age,
The display of E. E. Drunk's fowls,
from the Arroyo Seco, is exceedingly
large. His Bull"Cochins (a very large
yellow fowl) are very hardy, mature
early, and are in nddition healthy.
The rooster among those on exhibition
weighs 10J lbs. There are five chick
ens with these liens, two months old.
The chickens weigh from 3 to fl lbs.
He has some light Durhanis on exhi
bition, of a variety well known
throughout the county; also, some
dark Durhanis, of a very tine and
large breed. Tliese weigh about 12 lbs.
The chickens In the same coop weigh
from 3to 5 lbs. There are eomparat i vely
few of this breed in the county. His
Leghorns are of a pure white color,
with beautiful plumage and are very
hardy. The hens lay prollflcally and
their eggs are large, line and white.
There are also on exhibition, by the
same gentleman, Scotch Cochins of
the linest quality and breed. They
also are prolific and constant layers,
and the breed is very scarce in the
His coop of Houdana attracted con
siderable notice. They are a very tine
ornamental breed. Two of those on
exhibition came from France, the
third was raised here. The hens are
good layers, and the chickens are har
dy and mature early.
Among the coops is one containing
the United States Dominique. There
are two distinct varieties ol this breed.
First Race —trotting—for horses that
are owned in the district at this date,
that have never beaten three minutes.
Mile heats: best three in rive to har
ness—purse of $300; $200 to the lirst
horse, and $100 to the second; live or
more to enter.
L. J. Rose enters b. m. Barbara.
H. Hazard enters b. g. Pilot Chief.
N. Askins enters s. g. Paddy.
E. L. Lowry enters b. g. Dirigo.
There was a good ileal of jockeying
Which prevented a start. There were
eight false starts, and it was manifest
that the scoring was intentional.
Paddy had the pole, driven by John
ny Donahue. Dirigo was second, VV.
H. (Jade, driver. Pilot was third, with
Ed. Dupuy behind, and Barbara fourth,
speeded by H. Gregory. In the weigh
ing of tiie drivers so great a differ
ence was found that two of them hail
to carry considerable lead and blank
ets. They got off well together on the
ninth attempt, Donahue with Paddy,
leading by half a length. Dirigo sec
ond,and Barbara and Pilot Chief bring
ingup the rear. Paddy was leading at
the quarter, with the others in the
same order. Paddy broke badly, and
Pilot Chief commenced passing his
horses. For quite a little while the race
was very close between Pilot and Pad
dy. At the three-quarter Pilot was
leading, and won easily. Paddy sec
ond, Dirigo third, and Rarbara last.
Tiie horses came up. on this heat at
2:30 p. M. There were two false starts,
and they got away well together on
the third attempt, Pilot leading slight
ly. Dirigo was close behind. He
broke shortly after starting, Which de-
Strayed his chances. There were con
siderable Jocose offers made as to his
winning. The lirst quarter was made
in forty-live seconds.
Voice from the crowd— r, flo to $6
that Pilot wins the heat." This offer
was repeated frequently during the
heat. The half was made In 1:28, and
the heat was won easily by Pilot, hard
held, in 2:56. There was quite a brush
for tlu( second place between Barbara
and Paddy, the latter winning by half
a neck, Dirigo last.
Only one false start, and the horses
got well away together. It was a
repetition of the former bents. Dirigo
broke again badly, and Pilot Chief
won easily in 2:54. Hose's mare Bar
bara was second, Dirigo third, Paddy
The following Is the synopsis of the
Pilot Chief. I I l
Barbara ' * I
Taudy «, a I
Dirigo : i i I
Pool-selling on the track was quite
lively, and the bronchial tubes of
Friend Noyes were exercised to their
For the tlrst heat: Barbara, favorite,
at $30; Dirigo, second favorite, 525;
Padby and Pilot, about even, $10.
For the second heat: Barbara, favor
ite, at §30; Pilot, second, Shi; Dirigo,
third, So; Paddy, fourth.
For the third heat: Pilot, .¥2O; Bar
bara, |6; Field, $2 60.
The Judges appointed were the Hon.
F. M. Slaughter, of San Bernardino,
W. I* Jones, F.I Monte and A. Horen,
of Santa Barbara. Mr. Slaughter
started them. S. Mott, officiated as
timer. Notice was given to the dri
vers that there would be no ring of Ihe
bell for them to come back when they
failed to score. The bell was rung
only when a start was effected.
Second BtaOß—Running race of a
mile dash, for all two-year olds owned
and raised in this district. Purse of
$300; $200 to first and SUM) to second;
five or more to enter.
J. Reed enters blk. c. Careless.
Hinton enters cr. col. Captain Jack.
C. Thomas enters b. g. Pio Nono,
Captain Jack was ridden by Jerry
Malonc, 00 pounds; Careless was ridden
by Charles Smith, 80 pounds; Pio
Nono, was ridden by Mat. Brown, 80
pounds. This was a very exciting
race. All three got away well togeth
er. Captain Jack led, l'io Nono sec
ond, Careless last. All three were to
gether within 400 yards. Careless
came up to his horses and was neck
and neck at the quarter with Captain
Jack. At the half mile Careless was
leading, Captain Jack second, and l'io
Nono third. Between the half and
three-quarter mile the race was very
close between Captain Jack and Care
less, the former being on the inside.
Reed's horse held the lead and won
easily by four lengths, Captain Jack
second, and l'io Nono third. Time,
In the pool selling, Captain Jack
was the favorite, with Careless and
Pio Nono at even odds.
Third Race Running-Free for
all California or half-breed horses;
mile dash; catch weights. Purse 1160;
SlOo to the lirst and Soil to the second ;
live or more to enter. Following were
F. Muehado, Oceana; W. Rowland,
r. g. Jay Cooke; Manuel Cariado,
Mountaineer; C. Thomas, Tacnis.
Oceana sold freely in the pools for
first place, Jay Cooke selling second,
whilst a few only fancied Mnuiitaincer
and Tacnis. Oceana sold at about
Soo to Jay Cooke at $30, and the field
Oceana was ridden by Vicente 1 ill
go, Jay Cooke by'C. Smith, .Mountain
eer by Jose Maria, Tacnis by Mai.
Oceanawas very lively before Ihe
start. They got away well together,
Jay Cooke' leading, Oceana second,
and Mountaineer and Tacnis close up.
At the quarter Jay Cooke ami Oeeana
were neck anil neck, and continued so
for nearly half a mile. The excite
ment was very great as they came up
the home stretch. Considerable cheer
ing and cries of "stand oil' the track,"
"Jay Cooke wins," "Oceana's race."
Jay' Cooke had it all taken out of
him at the three-quarter post, and it
was evident that it was Oceana's race.
Mountaineer beat Jay Cooke for sec
ond place near home, and Tacnis was
last. Time 1:85}.
At the close of the races Gates &
Noyes announced that the cash pools
would be paid over at the Clarendon
at " l*. M., and the credit pools at 0 A.
sr. this morning. The following is
the programme for to-day's events:
First race —Gentlemen'! saddle race
—single dash of one mile, to carry not
less than 180 pounds, each owner to
ride his own horse, with colors (weight
to be understood to comprise saddle
and rider, and not include whip and
bridle), and each rider to he over nine
teen years old—purse of #240; $160 to
the first and $H0 to second horse; five
B. Jacques b. m. La Mariposa, by
Joseph, dam no name; six years old —
colors, bluejacket and black cap.
C. Durfee names b. h. Bay Jim, by
Rifleman, dam Messenger mare— col
ors, black jacket and red cap.
Francisco Machada names b. h. Van
dera, live years old -colors, red Jacket
and blue cap.
Second Race —Running—Free for all
three-year-olds bred and raised, and
owned at this date in the district; mile
heats, best two iv three; purse of $240,
tlrst horse, #1(10; second, $80; five to
Antonio J. Rocha names b. f. Rose,
of LaClenega; half breed, three years
, Tomas Sanchez names s. h. Dasha
way, Jr., by Dashawuy, dam Firefly,
three years old.
J. Reed names s. f. Monte Belie, by
Tenbroeck, dam unknown, three veins
Third Race—Half mile and repeat to
rule, free for all horses except Irene;
purse, $150; $100 to the lirst and ?")0 to
Francisco Machado names b, f.
Oceano, four years old. No pedigree.
Samuel Hotther names b. f. Pet. No
W. H. Hilton names c. s. Captain
Jack, by Sir Archie, Jr., dam Lady'
Lexington, two years old.
\V. L. Barnes names s. h. White
Stocking, four years old. No pedi
John Reed names b. f. Careless, by
Tenbroeek, dam unknown, two years
Tbe following are the latest entries:
Roanoke, 1 year old, classes 4, 9 and
10; The King, 5 year old stallion,
classes 1 anil 10; Pride of Kentucky,
mare, 13 years old, classes 1 and 10. All
these are owned and exhibited by Dr.
At the Kink.
The Rink was opened about H
o'clock yesterday morning and entries
of articles commenced almost imme
diately afterwards. The ticket-seller
is Oscar Potter, and the taker S. 11.
Cox, who also receives, makes a
minute of and receipts for all entries
On the left, as the [visitors entered
last evening, was an inlaid wardrobe
and door, worsted work in Ihe form of
flowers an l vines, to be rattled for;
wax flowers, embroidery, shell Work,
embroidered shirt fronts to be rallied
for, other articles in linen embroidery,
a highly-attractive Cashmere opera
cloak witli long fleece; and continuing
to the end of the hall, on the same
side, silk embroidery on cardboard,
more worsted work on a large cushion,
paraftlne in various forms, other in
teresting articles connected with
geology and mineralouy, millinery,
braiding, tapestry, quilts, and saddles
and harness. On the right, entering,
sewinif machines, cotton, cabbages,
potatoes, jellies, fruits, photographs,
knit lace, embroidery, preserved fruits,
crochet work, flowers in Shells and
feathers, shell frames, stuffed birds in
large cases and a specimen of Eos An
geles manufactured barrels. Down
the center, entering, stoves and vari
ous articles appertaining to cooking
and for the household, a parterre of
fruit, sewing machines, flowers,
melons and cotton in bloom.
The following wore the entries to 8
o'clock lust evening:
O. W. Child*, tens and fruits.
IS. C. Glidden, Wilson's sewing ma
Mrs. R. B. Russell, rag rug.
James D. Durfee, English walnuts.
D. N. Winbigler, Wardrobe and two
E. T. Mills, cotton raised hy E. T.
Mills anil Strange, on Chapman's
Rancho, Santa Anita; and watermel
ons by the same.
Mrs. Captain Howlaud, two shell
Mrs. Judge Smith, oil paintings.
Miss Guadalupe Uilderain, wax flow
Miss Hereford, oil paintings and
Miss Roberts, two pieces of tapestry
Henry Campbell, Howe's water
power sewing machine.
Mrs. 1). G. Stephens, two pieces of
Mrs. Jessie 11. Eergusun, zephyr
flowers and lamp mat.
John Cushion, two cases of stuffed
David Lewis, bale of hops und beets,
cabbages, potatoes and onions.
Miss Nellie Cabanis, tapestry work.
Miss Eannie Dye, preserves and
Mrs. C. YV. Jenkins, cashmere cloak
Dr. V. Gelcich, paraftlne, from San
Mrs. J. Newmark, Java canvas
work and braided dress.
Mrs. R. Montague, fruits and nuts.
John Victory, book case anil needle
Mrs. Deb man, embroidered handker
Miss P. Masearel, Tapestry, piano,
ami (able covers.
.Mrs. \V. Moody, quilt, "Prairie
Miss W. li. Hart, Wilson & Gibbs
sewing machines for family sewing
generally, and shirts.
Mrs. B. Huie, painting—roses.
Mrs. Littlefleid, four oil paintings.
Mrs. Klauber, three pieces of shell
and feather work.
Hell & Green, saddles and harness.
Mrs. Eberle, eight pieces of em
Mrs. ' Graf, crochet and knitted
James Boyle, one barrel, of I. is An
Miss Eleanor Chapman, knit lace.
Pablo Ronrera, child's embroidered
On the barrel of Log Angeles manu
facture, by James Doyle, there is a
placard, saying it was not made for
exhibition, hut is, nevertheless, sub
mitted to public inspection. He claims
it is as good as any to be found any
where, for keeping or shipping brandy.
He cut down the tree from which tin
wood was taken, seasoned it two years ,
and then made the barrel. The wood,
he says, is a little porous so the air will
come in contact with the fusel oil and
evaporate some of it through the
wood. Afterwards, the pores will
Cloae and then evaporation ceases.
The sewing machine department is
no less attractive, by reason of the
many handsome and bright machines
there than the ladies, as well as gen
tlemen, who so skillfully operate
them. The Howe machine, run by
water, is a great curiosity.
In the art branch of the exhibition,
the largest painting is the "Confession
of Beatrice Cencl, and near it there
is an ocean scene and Vosenhte, by
Mrs. L. Wheat Smith. On the other
side, "Little Bed Biding Hood," and
an interesting specimen, by Miss Car
rie Hereford, executed (luring the first
course of lessons she took under Mrs.
Smith. Wolfenstein's photograph gal
lery contains the fnc-similes of many
Well known ladies and gentlemen in
this city and vicinity, and sonic ofthe
photographs are quite large and col
It was aaid last night that the com
mittees on awards would not be ap
pointed until Saturday next, and that
the awards would be announced on
[ Sad Death.
Mr. L. G. Voter, of Farmington,
Maine, died on the .steamer Mohongo,
on the down trip, last Saturday, oft'
Point Conception. Deceased was a
young man under 30 years of age, and
leaves a wife, who was with him at
the time of his death. He was very
low with consumption, hut heart dis
ease was the immediate cause of his
death. He had traveled nearly four
thousand miles iv search of health in
this climate, and was near his jour
ney's end. The body arrived at the
Clarendon Hotel on Sunday last, from
which place the funeral took place
yesterday noon. Mrs. V. will leave
for hone hy the next steamer.
A Narrow Escape.
As a wagon loaded with a long
heavy (able and other articles, was en
tering the Kate of the racecourse, yes
terday, through the negligence of the
driver, in taking a short turn, the
table was driven against the gate
where the special policeman was
standing, who, not seeing his danger,
would have been most probably killed
if the ticket receiver had not warned
him of his peril by shouting to him
"to get out of the way;" as it was, the
table jammed his hat against the gate,
with a portion of his hair in it. A
man who was sitting on the wagon to
steady the table, was also thrown out of
the wagon with the table on the top of
his legs, bat he fortunately escaped
witli but slight Injuries.
According tothe plan of the Smithsonian In
stitute. Kept specially for the Hkkai.ii by
lirodrick «fc Co., Novciulier 111.
9A. M (SL |2P. M IML |OP. M ft'L
MeSSrS. Fisher & Co. call the atten
tion ofthe public lo their new und complete
stock of Clocks Just received from the manu
factory. The largest and finest assortment
ever brought to this city.
Time is on the wing. To make it
puss more slowly nnd pleasantcr watch It
closer by buying a Clock at I<"lshcr & Co's
Jewelry Store, tj7 Muln si reel, Los Angeles.
LETTER FROM ANAHEIM.
Anaheim Nov, nth, is~:s.
Eimtok Hekald: There is little of
interest to write you from this end of
the county. The team is dry and dull
just now, witli the business men pur
suing the "even tenor of t heir way"
with small sides, und small profits.
All the Improvements w ere mentioned
in a former letter, with the omission
ofa singular branch of busir.es.s-that
of hauling grapes from Eos Angeles.
It surprised me, when I saw a prairie
schooner, drawn by twelve mules, and
loaded with grapes, which hud been
drawn from within five miles of Los
Angeles, and I have not yet been aide
to ascertain the.why and wherefore of
it. It is said that the grapes bring
better prices here, but why it is so, I
The question of County division still
bothers the heads of some of the peo
ple here. In fact the discussion runs
rather high at times. Many, and per
haps the majority, seem to think it
best not to secede just now, while oth
ers clamor loudly against what they
call the Oppression practiced by LuS
'there seems to be considerable
travel through here, although the
stages are not crowded. Livery and
private conveyances are seen on every
hand, and yesterday the town present
ed a very lively appearance, in time
Anaheim will be of some importance,
particularly to health-seekers. The
purity of its atmosphere, is the prime
feature, while the hospitality of its
people, and the excellence of its hotels,
will bring it patwinage when every
thing else fails.
I shall write you from Richland and
TustinCity, to-morrow or next day.
Sun irimelwco Money Market.
San Fkancisco, Nov. 10.
GOLD—Opened in New York at 1117'/,
( i I: I I. Ml AC X S —li.'l rliW'4.
Sun I'raiiclwco Markets—llj Telcgrft|»h.
San Fkancisco, Nov. 10.
FLoCR -Extra :it iii t%s7,
wil EAT—O/100ski choice, M 30.
BARLEY—reed is quotable at ?l BB#l 60)
brewing, $1 1501 05.
OATS—BOB sks good feed, *1 70. The range
Is SI gas] Ktl.
11 AY -Is quotable ut SHnCK) per ton.
POTATOES —100 sks Monterey, 85@t)6e. The
range for all kinds ls6Be@ll lv.
ONIONS —800 sks Alviso yellow sold on
Saturday at 7.",, und 100 sks to-day nt si 07k,
means—Boo ska Bayo, VAc; 100 sks large
butter, f'ic; v consign men! of small while
Following Is a list of imports from Sun Frun
elseo, perst eu mer Mohongo, Nov. 9, murked:
Pkgs | Pkgs
A .1 Bntterfleld 10 H ll A Co aw
A A 2 M 11l MAR 15
AAHI H A J 7
A (' S ISO 11 A 11 23
A I, Booth 21 If 1) Foster 11
MA Co II II 1> B A Co 2
[ill 45 II 1! A Co :i
lit "i'limcm 1 II A S 1
BAY 1 H It 12
BO B A Co 27 H H KM
B A It 57 T Marxen 0
Brodrlck a Co 2 j Bernard ;i
C T C 7 .1 B Rowley 4
c Raphael :t!.I McCull 9
C 0 Twichler 1 .1 Wilson 25
C I) C 18 .1 C P 12
C Rati II .1 M A Co 117
C X P 1» .1 B R 07
|CJ 4 .1 C Peacock 3
C It II A Co 2 .1 Cohn 1
C B 15 .1 E Bates 1
Or Terry 113 .1 1, Williams I
Potter A Lord 1!' .1 M F 1
11 Bros 21 | Morrison 15
11 P A Co 5 .) M A Co 1
E I. 13 I Anderson 5
Express 3 .1 Wllbcr 7
E N Mcl) 30 I 1» Beckwell 2
F P Howard !l .1 II B 10
E Gambler l .1 s l
E Foster 12 .1 1, W A Co 18
F Bros 4 .1 M 11l
FSignorel 2 .1 IIS ACo 8
G I.ACo 10 |X) I
George Bird 4 K| 56
(i B X 03 X W H
il Jones II I. A Library 1
G Minds 1 L A N V Co 4
General B 4 i, A A s P RCo 27
G W (ioodrieli 2 11, CI 70
G /.oberlatn...*. 1 1, Ait 1
H N A Co 527 L Ijisky il
11 C Wright 1 L A l> A 1
H Briokmeyer 1 l Llebtenberger 19
L V 3 [M W] 84
L Lehmah 9 M B 3
M A Co M N J 21
M Meyer 108 O L Sniil'ord 3
M w c 3o Page A Gravel 3
Norton Bros I P II 0
N A II J I R L () 2
p Beaudry 31 r a B 39
p Mcßae 2 rsa Co 13
LT I, I s M Holt 4
R A S 27 S A Clifford 2
R M A Co 14 S J 10
s m s starr 3
S llellmuu 50 /.nun 8
s G A Co il s P Blmonds 5
Slancy Bros 2|T A 11 220
S (' Fov 4(i T Leahy 2
S LA Co 24 W Mcl 1 5
s Prager ' Workman Bros 2
T May i w W Kimball l
V (i Thompson I A I, Ross 0
W E 47 Whisler A Co 1
V W L 12 W F A Co 49
WA S 1
B C B 4 Total Tons 885
Herald I Passengers 120
Following is n lis! of exports received nt the
depot, awaiting shipment Nov. 10:
Walnuts, sks 001 Bullion, Ins fluti
Wine, bbls 3 Wool, bales 22
Spirits, pipes ll[Of*,ski 131
1 *avi ui'Siia l*eilro.
Nov. 9 —Slinr Mohongo, Capt. Douglass,
from sun Francisco.
Nov. 1(1- Stmr MobongO, Capt. Douglass, for
Barber Saloon & Bath House.
HAIR TRIMMING, SHAVING,
- SHAMPOOING, BATHS, Etc.
This establishment lias Just been refitted,
and, after having engaged thu best Bnrhers in
the olty, I respectfully solicit custom horn au
who want work executed in Ihe best style.
Makes the BATHING BUSINESS a special
ty.und bus the Hnest set of Until Itooins In tbe
city. ftrr Underthe Bella Union■ no2-ltnlp
H. SCHNELLE'S BARBER SHOP,
NENT TO GATES & NOTES' AND
under the " Express " oliice, TEMPLE
As Prof. Green bus the best available assist
ants to be procured In the State,
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
W'lU'be performed in the best style of the ton
soriul urt. no2-lm
proprietor ANI» MANAGER
Hot, Cold and Shower Baths.
Shaving nnd limbing Emporium. No. 7S
Main street no2tf-lp
The Napa Gang Plow.
IMJ THE FARMERS OF LOS
- Angeles County: We call your attention
10 the new IMPROVED GANG PLOW, pa
tented by D. A. Manuel, of Napa, and adopted
by the Granges of this State. The points m
superiority arc: Lightness of draft, 11 being a
centre ilruft; a castor wheel in the rear, which
makes il turn lv a space sutllclent to accom
modate its length; it has a fulling pole and
can, by sliding, be adjusted to the driver's
weight, and removes all pressure from Ihe
horses' necks. We only ask farmers lo call
nnd examine for themselves,
mil HELLMAN, HAAS A CO.
Llfct of letters remaining In Ihe Isis Angeles
Posbinlce Monday, November 10, IK7M. Toob-
Inln these letters say " Advertised." All let
ters nol called for In SU days will be returned
to tin' Dead Letter Office:
I,A OIKS' I.IST.
Arnsbv, Mi-s.l Beeoh, Miss B
Bard, Mrs X <'mils, Mis H M
Chapmen, .M IM l 'opas, Miss N
Day, Kloi.su truncal, Mrs It if
Ooagherty, Mrs May ftodey, M Iss N
lies ton, Miss M S ' Jones, Mrs C M
Lorsch, Mrs H Luther, Mrs X
Maroiie, Miss (1 McDonald, Ll/.rle
Pankev, Miss V Kichert, Mrs S X
lavage, Mrs J If Itudisill, Mrs T A
Kliirkey, MNs .1 Vunsbaack, Mrs M M
Virgin, Miss <'
Adams A Knight Aulanger, A
U •nls, S Allison, Wm
Bermlnghsm, I' Lev Bowers, I'
liicn, E Blown, J H
Biprue, John Rrophy, 1!
Klinn, S Burns, I.
Bomdn.W II Iturgarelli, Tmnas
Camerom 0 H ciiit.Win
Campbell,J ABev Cllpp,WO
Careito. J 0 Clancy, DT
Carpenter, J M Clone, B A
Carter. W M, 2 Colgan, P H
Chambers, 11 Correro, V
chitton, H Correro, J
Oailey, Klias Cowlsey, J lie
Derhetmer, Edw Duncan, k a
Eastman, c .1 F.nces, Peter
Ehrenworth, B Erwin, Jay
Elizalda, Francisco Evans. David
rernades, P B Freis, j a De
Uallii, F Giboldl, Rev
Gabriel, J p Gray, J n
Hand.T Gaer, Mr
Haden, Chas Hill, WC
Hayes, J Hlbright, John
Hurvey, R Howe, Win
Huwse, E Hobson, Wm
Herberger, Mr Hogan, A 11
•len kens, J H Hunter, James
Kullinan, Geo Jones, M (j
Kerron, R Ivipp, J D
Lnsky, X Loiignmar, R
Levy, S Lyon, Edw
Marteenus, d McNeil, f a
Mannassee, M McLaln. W L
Madison, J J McKm/ie, Suinuel
Martinez, Ramon Melius, J
Muzon, A Milligan, Thomas
McDonnell, P M Mitchell, Wllllum
McKenzie, MB Moreno,.! F
Ortega, PC Mendelihall, G W
Owen, E A Osgood, C J
Piiuiscii, N O'Farrei, wiiiinm
Pnterson, James Patterson, John
Prince, Fred A, lj Penuu. F
Kanlncs, B - Renuld, Mr
Richard, D Repto, A
Malts, J A Roberts, ,IS
Sun ford,C M Hlacb, William
Scott, C Slaughter,.!
Shurpe, II Smith, KH, 2
Shelly, Thos Smith, DrJ X
Sllliinun,.! Stewart, H.I
Simma, W G, 2 Swunk, Mr
Simnionds, H Swinnerton, S U
Tomlinson 4 Co Hyson, William
Valentin, C Towner. B
Vort, D Yutfel.Rß
Wildy, DC Wilkinson,.! R
Wakellng, s Wilmerdlng, W
Wallson, (' A Wlnuns, .1 i'
Webber, R Wilson,.l H, 2
Yeany, AC Wills, O D
11. K. W. BENT, Postmaster.
T. A. CAREY'S
1! Semi-Tropical 9
>ir it m i* ien.
Grafted, Budded and Seedling Orange,
Lemon, Mexican Lime, English
Walnut, Apple. Peach,
Ami Genuine I.angnciloc Almoin! Tree*
Call and examine my stock. Priced cata
logue sent free. Address Postofflce Box 3U5,
Los Angeles, Cal. THOS. A. GAKEY.
El Dorado Store.
k ('. CHAjUVJN,
Wholesale nnd Retail Healer in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
WINES, LIQUOR AND TOBACCO.
7HMAIN STREET, I.OS ANOELEH.
Los Angeles City Water Co
LOCATION OF~ WORKS, CITY
aad County Of Eos Angeles, Stnte of
Notice Is hereby given that tbe annual
meeting of the stockholders nf the l,os An
geles Clly Water Company will be held at the
oflicc ofthe Company,sl and 5,1 Main street,in
the cltv of Los Angeles, on MONDAY, NO
VEMBER IT, 1878, nt 19 o'clock M., for the
election ofofficers for the ensuing year, nnd
lortlie transaction of such other business us
may b« brought before the meeting.
oelSld EUGENE MEYER, See'y.
JOHN COLDS WORTHY,
l. 8. MINING AND
LAND SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
Room 8, DowneyVHlock, Los Angeles.
/CORNER OF COMMERCIAL
and Wilmington streets, Los Angeles.
We furnish THE BEST TWENTY-FIVE
CENT MEALS of uny restaurant in town.
Wholesome food, good cooking, nnd a clean
and airy dining room, has made I his restau
rant a favorite. LINDNER A KOTTCHER.
E. HKHTIIO>\ T. V. C. MONDRAN.
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR DEPOT
TMPOIiT THE PUREST and BEST
JL Havana Cigars, and keep on linnd
Chewina nml Wmoltinjj Tobacco
Pipes, Clgarritos and Funey Articles.
Main St., next door to W. F. & Co's Express.
The Riverside Colony!
PERSONS IN~SEARCH OF A
lIEALTHFCL LOCATION, far from
the fogs nnd damp winds of the coast, should
not fail to visit tho COLONY OF RIVER
SIDE. The climate of this location Is
The Hest in the Htnte for Tluwr
A 111 il li d with IjUiis* or
I li'OiiC'hinl Ilisennew.
Those wishing lo engage in (lie cultivation
of VINES AND SEMI-TROPICAL FRUITS,
will ii net here one of the
Very Best Places in Southern California
for that purpose, It liclng lIMIII WiMBII in
I'I.IMATK, SOU., AND AIIITNIIANCK Oh' WATKIt.
A limited number ol INVALIDS will tind
good accommodations for the winter ut the
hovl ami in private families.
On aud after the first of January, IK7I, n
Dally Line of Carriages
will connect Riverside with the railroad ter
minus, so that passengers Jfrom Los Angeles
(•an reach Riverside within a few hours.
J. W. NORTH,
President Southern Cal. Colony Assoelul'n.
Riverside, Oct. 27, 1K7.1. oc2Sln.Sp4
Our Own Manufacture!
In tho City!
A Large Stock of fresh Crack
ers always on Hand.
On hand and made to order at short notlee.
Tastentlljr decorated CAKES of any design, at
reasonable prices. Also,
RREAD, PIES AND CAKES,
Fresh every day, at the
Los Angeles Woolen Mill
SACRISTE, ELLIOTT A CO
DEALERS IN WOOL, AND MAN
All Wool ( Aftslmeren.
Tweed a, Flannel*. Blanket*, etc.
All our goods are PURE WOOL, and war
ranted as represented. Consumers enn
Save 25 to 33 per cent.
by buying direct from us. STORE AT THE
" WHITE HOUSE," corner of Los Angel.*
and Commercial streets. ggjtgjp
/CORNER MAIN & MARCHES
\J SAULT STREETS.
FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES
EVERY DAY. na,CAKES of every sort or
kind made to order. Orders promptly attend
ed to. ocl9mlp4
Agricultural Society Fair
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1873,
And continuing through the week.
THEREWI LL RE SPLENDTD
Ibices every day except FRIDAY, which
s set apart for an
In which EIGHT LADIES, with Escorts, will
participate, und an
Exhibition or Blooded
and Graded Stock.
)n the racing days the finest Horses In the
District will appear, and also tbe
Superb Flyer, Target,
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
The Malingers have spared no pains to make
bis Fair the most attractive thing of the kind
hat has ever taken place in Southern Cali
AT the RINK,
EVERY EVENING, there will be a Urand
AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL
Too Nnnicrous to Men I ion.
Tbls was a grand feature lust year, and the
Hall was crowded every evening. There will
;ki music every night, this year, ami the Hall
tvill be well lighted. At all times there will
•c a Superintendent aud Watchman in at
The Rink will be opened for the reception Of
irtieleson und after FRIOAY, the 7th lust.,
md Exhibitors have until MONDAY AFTER
NOON, the null., to arrange their things.
An efficient corps of Police has been select
ed, under the management of the Sheriff or
Ihe county, and no profane or boisterous lan
guage or conduct will be permitted near I lie
Urand Stand or (Quarter Stretch.
To the Fair Grounds —50 Cents tor eneli per
son. LadhH admitted to Grand Stand free.
To the Pavilion (Rink)—so Cents for each
Season tickets, for nll'races and every even
ing at the Pavilion—l 6: If purchased on third
Quarter Stretch Radges—SO per season; if
purchased on Second Day, td; if on Third
Day,fk on Fourth Day, j2; on Fifth and Sixth
All of these may be purchiised of the Secre
ta y at the stur office, between the 7th and
loth Inst., and niter that at the ticket booth, at
tbe Park, or of the Secretary inside the
There will be
VO O T RACI N Gr
Wednesday and Saturday..:
On Wednesday there will be a oiiarter-mile
race, for which the Society gives tm,
On Saturday then" will be a purse of 850
given to the winner in a mile race. This is
called the Burnett Stake, as the money has
been donated by Mr. Robert Burnett.
Will take place nt the Clarendon Hotel, on
Sutnrdny and Mondiiy, November Kb and
llltb; nt the Orient Saloon, on Tuesday, 11th;
at the Pico House, Wednesday, 12th; Thomp
son & Gerson's, Thursday, l;lth; Clarendon
Hotel, Friday, Htli. I- J. ROSE, President.
Bex. C. Thcman. Secretary. not!
Guitar and Singing.
jpROFESSOR M. S. AREVALO
has returned to this city, nnd will resume
Private Lessons and Lessons to Classes
Apply at BRODRICK'S Book and Music
ft HO MEN WITH TEAMS, TO
tlvv bring their wives and children to
Buy Goods at the Dollar Store,
Present prices being
25 to lee per Cent, lesss than El new here.
**r Remember the place, No. lot* Main St.,
opimslte the Court House. ocs-lm2p
r£HE FORT STREET MARKET,
Fort Street, between Fourth and
Where can be found at all times, choice
ItOAK r TS9I,
Which will be sold at reasonable rates,
STRICTLY Tor CASH!
MEATS DELIVERED in all parts of tbe
city, FREE OF CHARGE.
oc.'ll-lm M. A. OOBLKR, Proprietor.
QONTRACTOR AND BUILDEB,
Shop on First Street,
Between Main and Spring, Los Angeles.
*«r Jobbing done neatly and with Dispatch.