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fcs'itirhill unit departure, v.li. ii t »tn« win
run i" connect with Mi inner*.
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Telegraph f-'tnite \.m>.....*:ivt*.'\\: I'/taW.**. 1
• vrfiMt Line Stages UtOOp. *. \. <t.
sh;i Htfnardllio Line stftf> |>. • *.
-nn l.liK' tIOO i». Hi TloO \. Hi
I'.h .I 'rri, S.:n I- rao-v-en nnd S..r'!vir, -Tel *-
granhatsgi iin Arrlveal iswi P.M.; close
u( I• :4.~> of. I. 'ffrv lni«n<>>-<! for rejrjsiry
1101*1 In' presen'i I hatore II A. Mi
' oils' Mnl Watt m* between, Hsn Francisco
nnd l<o* Angeles, via Kantn Barbara Ar
i Ive at jt •:--£<» r. M.j clo«e* ■ I 0:80 I. M.
Mun Diego Line San Plegu. Anah"ini, ftnlln l
liii K <'npi<ttr.iiio, e'e. \r-], ■•. :»• llffl P.M,
ow ;.l ftw V- M.
Southern Vrlzonii Tucson, Yuma, Arl*onn
City, nnd Wa- Htatmns Tri-Weeklj *et
vli- • Arrives Sunday, Wednesday Mill Fri
day m 11*. M.: leave* Monday, Wednesday
nil S .inrd ix : Mull close* a 1 7 A, If.
northern ArHona -Proseou, Wlckenbergsnd
Way Station* Jieml-Weekly -Arrives Mnn
ilay am] Thursday »t "r.m P. M: leaves Tina
rinv aiw Frtdoj: mull oloacimi liM.
<•• ii. II -rn'mlino and Way ran:ion-. • .•'an < ia
nrlcl, Xl MOtitc, Rlvorfdd". etc.; nfrlvea nt
MOO P. M.J clown ni 11:30 i. M.
Wilmington nnd Way Stations Arrlvo« at
l. M.. close* nt v. M.
C»rro Oordo, Lode Plug tifi'l Tlavilah -Arrlvea
Monday, Wadneadaj nnd Frldaj ni fttoOP.
\l,s laawa Monday, and hutur
itill; closes iii 12 .'-i.
' --.tie nnd Foreign Monej Order Mnle»—
k»jH>n from *:3n a. St. tn 4i401". M., except on
ssUurdsy, when Huleecbwc* a! P. M.
OrhV' IToari s:i:a A. M. to ":<*> I*. M,
11. K. W. >!• 'N M
,.,k. Hvery style o( Paint Ing and Glattng
done In the highest rtyle ofort.andat r-%n«on
o|i ralen, ».y i. tthnhsel ••> Go.
«.* .). ''i>.in Keen.-, fine Havana and IVmi.v
tleClfsra. No. hi Main street, I «nw it-; .aitloek,
fttompaon «-«ters«»n'« -aloon.
u%. The tide of ttoinitfrat'.nn !»• sturdily set*
tins In, and Uie flnit tiling eastern people do
to throw sway their }few York Hrd* and buy
n new one of OkSMOM). 'fhey «a\ ihe.-e Is no
corn pari .on bptween the two.
ill' N(»ecial Inlc re»: to t'orxiera.
\t the Ksperaii/.a Store, No. 108
Main street, will b* lound tho Isrsasl end
nholeeat rtoeh of MerehnndUe, (Iroeerles,
t.lquoM, Clears, in « ailfornin.
ti Uvrell l.ri'ian that nt tills store you can
Mty all >,'.mils In th» Ir line Ri from (Ivetoten
perofnt. rheaper than ni any f'The. - store In
I.ts Angeles; n!»o that the h!j:hr-r j.iie» Ih i
paid tor nil Kind* oi country produce, All I
deliver-, a toa'i> uarj of ttu.' eityfrccof
eh«r»<>#" ■'•* oinJ f'il 3 ?.Jitji; -«c .
I ooC, at TfellS 1
The only place in tho eny to get !
ehnleo Engravlngn, i hromos, fill Palntlnsa,
etc., is a) .\l. V. I'ofii-iVi, (ii; Main so-< t, whore
you Jilt >>v} them ci.eirp |bu ea-ti, or pn> In
k ekly InsnUlmetttanf froraSSeeuti toil, nc-.
. .iting to the amount purchased.
" Kat, drink and he ruerr, " at
Johnny .\l<M.r<"s San Pranclaco ttcntSurant,
on i <itnm(Tis\tl street. JohnnyUsti acknowl
edged prince among lvatanrnnteurn. The iie-t
mast* and ye" iabiea »•• • used mid cooked In
themoal uianatfr. Take your meals |
ut Jnhnn> nnd y.n -..•'.!I Fee*! truly refreshed. !
11l in- -ds j .een'
i'lse « uyas HOBM
Tho t alirornia oyStera kept in tho j
clegaht SStahHahmSlii of Mr. fjuyit*, near the 1
Plan Hne.se, have sjieelal f)MSlrtlea, owing to !
tin Hystem followed hy me ann-. c named li n
tlcmim In fattening ano prt*H?rvliUl theiiins
t/.'sli us when taken mil of theses. I .oxers bf
oyUfntK Mfri 9!T ffrf iTienisclVC* RTlfl he enn
riheed, 1 "noeolat-. toff U •> ami pthar re>
fr.».dimeats, Ml nrsH-i'tss, nr.- also served
there. There can ne found for -ale sherry
Wine. Muscatel, l>li[iorted from Spain, hy
dr. t nyaa, and best brand* of navioni CI- |
gaiy. He also keeps a <ro.vi stoel: of jiorfn-
Bieryf toys and eandlMiot all ktuds.' iua>9w
io- '«n men iaifjht t-> know thsl ;ill hinds of
--ixi;»emau"s Clo'l.in . v. '.I inadawilli u«--il
.»Mn and dispiit vi I-.. .-. lej.'iinr ttdlor. Tf>n !
'.nest fmported and l> .mcstie t;ioths always j
on h'lml at I>. V.. , hzpailick's, isnrnc" of |
. wrt an l rtpring *Tr *els,
THB Emerson, \V« her and Chieker
'.nt* pianos for wits «' :i th" Instalment plan, j
j, |». PATRICK, Traveling Agent. l.»a\eor
.l a: Hnilman's l;.->o!i store. novJUml -
, _i. j
VtouUerlu], Isu Ll::
'I'h--fiMount of goons on- *wiget for #1 trt wt ;
thaPotlsr Htore i- I**ll} astonUhlug; and |
IVinsmoor llwthen learn llnpleivsiiretostiow j
M 'li-beautiful mock of Holiday OimkliUi all j
~ho nia;. e!io.»c> 16 Wjjl. l .uti- i buying pros
eiits for Sabbat!.' Schools or «'nrlstmas trees |
will flnrt It to i.h.dr * n.in: jge to cull on Puns- j
lUWT Hro-. bttore moktbßa scleetjos..
California annually Import-' large j
quantities of canned fruits from tho i
vast. Only a few days since throe oar j
loads of canned corn was shipped from i
Agusta, Maine, direct to San r raiuusof). I
Ho Imi)? as v,.' continuettlila kind of j
business, j list to long Will We complain
of hard timo and scarcity of money,
A causing tuotnry established in Los
Angeles would at once create
a certain market ut goo', prices for
this product, and add largely to the
wealth and prosperity of our peoj>lo.
During toe year of 1872, tbe imports
of cafincd fruit to California reached
one million of dozens, valued al S&00,
--f.K.M. Wo believe that double this
quantity can be annually produced i !i
i,oh Angeles county. We hope some j
man or men of enterprise will iro into
the business of canning green corn,
it will pay as well as the canning of
tomatoes, beans, plums, peaches, eie.
There is a I ways a market for those ar
ticles at remunerative asiees.
How I Found Livingstone. By Stanley.
A copy <>ft his most interesting work
has been shown us by Mr. Prewett, the
agent, who has a few more copies for
sale. It is a handsomely bound book
containing over 700 pages of reading
matter profusely 111iwtrated and hav
ing several maps. Tho book contains
several well written accounts of the
expedition sent out in I*o9 by Bennett
of the New York Herald, in charge of
the author, to s >arch for the great Afri
can explorer, nnd closes with a letter
from Lord Granville to Stanley, which
letter was accompanied by the gold
snuft'bnx presented to the author by
Queen Victoria an engraving, of which
is given. The book has met with a
large sale throughout tho United
States, and is well worth the subscrip
Many thanks to Mr. Gray, of Han
i' ranClsfo, for for a beautliui 'edition
<»f Franz's HO Fragmentary Songs, also
for copies of (Stay's new edition of
.StandardGermau l-ongs, with English
The ladies all say that J, I. Small
has tho millinery stock in the
county. All prurient and parsimo
nious' husbands are forbidding their
wive* going near lest they be enticed
by the beauty of ihe articles into buy
I.OCtl. BHKI If 1KB).
( '. E. Hilber is still in the Held as ai
Independent candidate fort 'ounolUuai
in iln> Third Ward.
Tlif liatli rooms of llcinccke next t<
tho Clarendon have been refitted an<
nre not to be beaten in the State.
01. D. E.Buell arrived'ln town yes
terday nnd \\\\\ leave this morningfoj
tlie mines nt San Gabriel c.tfion.
Gen. limning presented the H kkai.i
office with the Ad jutant General's re
port for the State of California for 1878
The Turn Vcrein Society will give i
New Year'r= ball, and the chief attrac
tlon will be a German Cbristmai
Tree, an old fashioned "Tanuenbaum'
laden/ with presents and illumlnatet
with hundreds of tapers, will be tin
delight pfthe children.
We have been requested by AN. II
Workman io stfite that hlsnamohat
been used ias ,m candidal;' for tuembei
of the Board of Education without hi
consent. Mr, Workman therefore de
clitics the position he has heretofon
A private letter from Houghton
Michigan, dated Octoivr-'od. says thai
the thermometer then stood at 20 de
grees. How is that for low? In Lo-
Angeles tho ihermoiuck'i' was at IK
Thanksgiving day wan universally
celebrated in this olty. Even th»
printers had a rest, and exacting
news readers may be assured thai
their daily dish of the world's doing*
will be none the worse because tltt
perpetual wheel stopped for thO nonce
and editors, compositors, etc., rests*
with the nation at large.
We are glad to welcome back .Mr. .1.
J, Avers, the editor of the Expr*m t
He went there in search of healtli
ami to consult the best physicians. YU
has returned looking well and much
benefitted by his trip, in foul vreafhei
and fair ami through the sea of tur
moil with which a newspaper has to
battle, may he long continue to edit
the l,os Angeles Evening /.'.</>;•< w,
and enjoy many yea: - of un'nitarApted
Judge Lindley, of the Arm of Lind
ley A- Thompson, who was one of the
Code Commissioners, originally, but
who was forced from ill health to re
sign before the work was completed, is
about to publish a pamphlel which
shall contain his ideas of the improve
ments and alterations needed. It is
unable Work and will contain nearly
HHi pages. The work is now in
preparation at Ihe H RRA LB office.
Tho hunting at Will Toll's now af
fords: excellent, sport. There are num
bers Of teal dUOK, plover and snipe t;>
be had. A party of gentlemen who
spent Thanksgiving Day then.- report
excellent sport, and state further tha'.
Will Toll's table is excellent. A prac
tical proof of the hunter's skill was
left a t this office In the shape of a brace
of ducks, forw Inch thanks to Mr. Sey
mour and party.
VV.E. Ludlow, formerly of this town,
but now of California, will please ac
cept our thanks for Los Angeles pa
pers. Mr. Ludlow now holds the po
sition of clerk at the Pico House, Los
Angele•, ['Kurt Scott Kansas, Monitor.
Mr. Ludlow is also deserving of our
thanks, inasmuch he -ends away
daily copies of the AVor, Efpreeß and
HtiltAjLD to various parts of the east.
There i - a magnificent crop of or
anges and lemons ttit i yea;'. Tho trees
are so loaded with fruit that on all
sides they hay c to be propped up with
sticks, Are. Over the river at Clement's,
Workman's, Bullock cv. I'ossen's, the
lrces are literally bowed down with
the burden of their fruit, and through
out tiu* Mission San Gabriel) and t'.l
Wolfskill's, White's and other or
orchards the crop is equally proline.
In spite of this orange and lemons
bring ¥8 per hundred in this city.
Death oi a Venerable Citizen and Soldier.
The funeral of Andrew Glassell, sen
ior, took place this morning from the
residence of his son, and wits attended
by a largo concourse of mends, Mr.
(ilassoll was eighty years and six
months old at the time of his death,
ami had lived in this city about six
years, He was born in Virginia, and
servedJn the War of 1812, aud at the
lime of his death was one of the vete
ran pensioners of that war. Mr. (J las
still was a well preserved old gentle
man, and retained his full faculties to
the end. His recollect ion of'the stir
ring events of his early years was re
markable, and the reminiscences of
the war In which he participated, were
invested with deep interest by the.
clearness of his laeultieU and his
graphic, powers of relation. For some
time Mr. Clas-cll had been physically
tedde; but up i<» very recently ne toog
his daily recreation in the street, aided
by crutches, it is permitted to but
few people to reach so green an old age
as fourscore, and to glide so gently
adown tho river of time as has the sub
ject of this notice. All the comforts
that can bring ease and all Lie sur
roundings that should create satisfac
tion encircled the declining days of
he deceased.--[ Express.
On Thanksgiving Day, Superintend- J
out Hewitt and Master of Construction
J. H. Strowbrhlge, having occasion to
visit the end of the San Fernando
branch ofthe railroad, concluded that
the trip would be more pleasantly
made in a passenger coach than on
top of a flat sitting astride a bridge
beam, telegraphed the construct ion
train to bring a car from Wilmington
for their use. A few hasty Invitation*
were extended to personal friends and
members of the press, and at 2 o'clock
about 101 l persons, including several la
dies assemoletl at the depot, aud in a
lew minutes after were on their way to
San Fernando, on titer first train that
ever carried passengers over the new
road. Rapidly whirling through the
verdant suburbs of the town, the train
soon crossed the river ami ran nearly
parallel with it several miles, when a
wilderness of sagebrush and cactus
country was readied, with an ascent
of nearly 2o feet to the mile. The
snorting ofthe locomotive startled nu
merous covles of tjuail anil a fawn was
seen Hying across tie 1 country as
though life itself depended upon rapid
locomotion. About I o'clock the party
arrived, without accident, at Pico sta
tion, about a mile east of 6an Fernan
do Mission. Here lumber, a turn
table, depot buildings and water tank
will soon be constructed, and lumber
for those purposes is being daily sent
forward. After unloading the lumber
Hats the tram was soon speeding on
its homeward course.
Although this excursion wasplanncd
and perfected in less tluin. an hour,
leaving no time for participants to
think of provtdiag themselves wiih
refreshment t *»n the trip, MaJ. TJstick
of tho Clarenuoo, and his able assist
ant, S ted ut vi, were on hand with a
bountiful supply, which was dis
pensed tree to all who desired to par
take. Atf. r. m. the train reached the
depot, aud liivi-i ended in an impromptu
excursion on Thanksgiving Day.
, Strcat Nuisances.
Knrrou- Heoaj.o} Hiere Is a living
['uiMie on Fort street, on tho
right hand side as you pass Third
street in going to tin M. K. Chuie.h,
which ought to he abated. The low
drooping bough* of the pepper trees
ov< • hanging the sidewalk, are, to say
lie least, very disagreeable to the pe
destrian, who on « lovely Sabbath
day, clothed in his very nest suit of
broadcloth, audit newsiikfront on his
sanctimonious brow, tries lo And the
way to a place of worship. As lie
walk-, along, with holiness in his heart
and his mind on things above, he is
i suddenly brought back to earth again
j by a sharp cut from the sweeping
limbs that fly into his placid counte
nance; that'knock off his new hat;
that soil and .sprinkle with dust his
Sunday clothes; and above all that
i utile Ids Christian temper, so that by
the time he arrivesat church he wishes
il might be at the antipodes of such a
place, and that the old fellow himself
waaatattdlng in the door. Is one's
go >d nature to stiller such great injus
tice and not cry out against It? No!
Let the trees ho properly trimmed, or
he whose duty it is to do it, will have
much to account for in the iinnl settle
! men!. A Si i kkiu.u.
According to the plan of the Smithsonian in
stltnte. Kept specially for the Hhkm.d hy
Hmdrtck * Co., November 'ti.
<\ V. M «1 '■ 2P. M SJ- ,0 M BH
Foltowhuj iiift list of Import* from Sun I'rnn
cfeco, per steamer Orisaba, Nov. s, iwtt,
P*g»j Pk,T S
a (' c t (i in
A Ash brand .V.l jfobis* I
a w ima i .1 Maaearel
Hi a 211J w H t
A .iuiisc * J M i Co it
[ \ it - J SchlesHlnger ,»
,v I.T t»\i Us&Co I
A W 2,S P. T 2d
i'.eaiiihv ISO .1 IP St
; ll w Tarwater l J Phillip ■>
i 1! A 11 -I Minslon 85
! It i it ta-J Ii Patrick >
' llrodn k&*.'•> U J X e'i
ll ii r I X T g
; ha it - i.itDa 1
, C H BH L Pohn 1 J
I CTC ISiLF 'i 1
I t.' A Allen I T, &, Cj «|
Cant Hays 4 I. L ,
I y* k iWrE j sin
I V Ai Pto S4|L* p I
j (' S - * LB I'roillea o
c R t- M W c ti
I I'A. Si l.'ilui In Mr. A A Kensiunr .. j
! c 11 Plan 20 M ivi'o rt,
1 (' p Hessonett 2 M !•' Norton »| !
' 1 1 a- 11 SO M Meyer ... j
Ha 1.1 noy II M TA Co 4 I
I> Main 21 M Kilter ll
1 liP A t-'u H5 Morton Itms (5 |
I X (Jreenijaum llj} J 9 :
1 KCOHiiuen IS Pwapd n '
! X X Hewett 2 1: s a Co Ptrt ;
! ni N Mcl> I|RC P-eed ll ,
RO -\ H It L, f i 1 !
; f. X Plsnar to lit L P 2i '■
J E I. 2 n I.enn 2 j
I F Bros 40 It A II in I
Xl, l";!t.t w Morrts 1 '
Pit lis Mayer a ,
U Jaun 113 J I
/. i.h La Co in 1
<. Hiv WHS] to !
! lO] * B ||
ill A VI KM Prager 1 j
I ll 1» « li iN 14 S P Siuiotis. 4 ;
I 11 V <) M Co 10|S H lfl :
I 11 M Craft* SIT H m W is
I Rernld a f P is
H Slo.ferhnek 2\V li Thompson | j
' II 11 vii-ss.'imer IIV Wolk'Usfeln •> 1
I II A It WiWB 104 I
' ll A .1 «jW A • 1
H Neabjuer WfVI It N 2 '<
it n A 1 <• id. w Bros 11
!II ti <«. 1 • 1« W 11 Howioaii '3
IIP BA Po SS Mr-. Sbnw 1
It c Wright 2 Mrs LBaki r 1 ,
I IH] il Mrs Strieker t\ '
, J J Me A 1* .1
! j Barnard - W F .v Co 31 •
; j s Ml —
Jli Ward ri Total aOe tons 1
IJ V .Miller 2 WOpsaseliger*.
J 1 'u-ion i : 1 hor*f.
Followliuj Is v llatof exports racelvinl «• the '
! depot, aw .iii In; shipment No>.V<l
Bullion, brs «a»|C3a*r,hhis 1
torn, sks D 2 Ore,»k* 11
I uinss.es 1 Orange* .v i.c's, tea 54
: Beans,ak« W wine, i>p» 1
Pop Com.Hks tt " obi* 1
.II ird .vare, bX 1 *' «*» *
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Han FRAItI II ", .Nov. 2S.
FLOI'B -Id forliesi biiker'si-.ttrsj 1,000
bbl* 1 ircgou, prl\ ate,
WIJKAT A marked ndvs-pcw In I. .erpno!
add-, tone to tb* market, holders unking 2'./
--higher rat«s. sales embrace i,w *kx chou: >,
92 a.; 1 ..; I/Oil sk< Oregon, S2 ;m; l.Mio sks to ar
rive, ft! W per 100 pounds. Tho l i uWsks Ore
iron, per Mariano, was sold prior io arrival at
ml I ran s.
PARITY --1 iv.» 1 05for feed; >i B0?1 0.1 for
iiA'i'S- Jobbing all the way from ; ! SO.
HAY—Tar- out,si; joj fc.-d,ris 2i; choice,
r,3) )ier ton.
POTATOES—Prtaluma. 7ttj|ooc; Humboldt,
I - i i'»; sweet, si ;:7'. . i 50per hjo pounds,
HvE Quiet at #1 "••.«i s r - per 100 pounds,
1 1 iKN From si 58 to ?l HO,
HONKY—CJSnib, l7#2Sa per pound! extra
eliolce mountain, ;Wc; strained, In l>ulk,S'<jl<V
l or pound) comb In two pouudcaus, si. per
KI-IKDS—FIax mlll.tci AlfalOt, a&tfi&to; Cali
fornia Mnata rtl,) 1 ■•;<•■■'•'fys per pou al.
BEKSW aX- From •j.Va.ef.'je per pound.
i;<,ijs — ijy 11M" pcrdnren.
FRPlT—Limes, fK(3_lB 50 per M| California
Lsniona, W3W .«»do.; Walnuts, I2\ .y, Kafalua.
I0&12c; Almonds, soft shall, 2<>«x2v; do., hard
shell, to. per pound; Pears, IVtSlll 2o! Ap
ple*, fiOc'flil S3 per boxj ufspe*, tSAe: Figs,aq|
se per poll nil.
1 oa 1. OlL—2B] .c per gallon.
Toll vt.'' 'O- From I4e)boc per pound, seteord
ing 10 (fllailt.v,
■roKNivo no a an,
Ophir 7t» Belcher 7ii
Mould * rnrry w4 Overman
It A it H IJuaUce 7V;,
savage W isHeeor 1 4
(•iioiiur 58 Caledonia l»'4
Hale A Noieros- tU ;Ktilckci hock» r
Crown Point OGti IJnlla P„
Yellow Jacket B>' ■■ (ilobe I*4
Imperial 5"; a. A V IS
X npire 4;„;Baltimore ti J . 4
Kentuek ml Utah 6W
Alpha iW It. Y. Pon 9%
Belcher *< j American Plat (1
Confidence H [Colon Con *H
con Vlrglnl* 66W woodvllle 1%
H. jievads <OkJ Buckeye \}i
Meadow Valley HVje Monitor Belmont... 5'- 4
Raymand A Bfy 82k Bl Dorado &v„
Kurekn Con Rye Patch 7
ptoche 5 Haves IV^
Washington A C... 5 Wat.son 8?i
Pate A Panaea V;, Norih Do lin out 2K 4
American Flag Purckn to V) 19
Uuun it Hunt 1% si. Patrick Kf
Silver Peak l\;Cednrberir BjJ
Belmont 21/«[Oolden Chariot 21
Chief of the Hi 11... iWWouthChariol »H
Newark 2«|lda F.llmore Pw
Kentucky H' J lled Jack-t \%
Sinu I'rauelHeo Wuney .Unrhet.
San FKAXriSCO. Nov. '.a.
Gold—< ipenod In Now York at iow 4
I iHKi;> HACKS- 9K4l'-.
Real Estate Transactions.
Peed* died for ree'ord for the M hours end
|r»g nt I O'eloelt, Nov. 2Dth, lS7;t,as reported for
tne Daily Hhsald b> jud*ou a Otllette,
saarohers of Reoordi for I.o* Angalss county:
Wm. P.Farris to Thot. Qtllsil Haemal
fleorga Hansen and I. W. Hellman to lir. J.
ICurtS—Lbt '.', Uioek p* of building lots on
Port Hill; S.".:a.
EKidro DomliiKtie* to K. Homlnguez—Tract
formerly known asth" vineyard of Belinda
Hntctode pomlngue*; |1,
W. H. hpuegeon to Kenneth McKenzic—
Lot 3, block 11, town of Hantti Ana; si r s
McKenr.lnto Lou 1* Wotmalll, trute
tvt, etc —Lot A, block 11, town of Santa Ana; si.
I'url oi Sun lV<lro.
Ngv.ir SiMr Oritiiba, Cup?. .lahnw.n: 800
i >:i>> at freight and iim) pa** tiger*.
Nov. ar-SimrOrU'.ib . Jotiiison; SM Dlftfo.
<'oiiji(> rnnrl sii'rt.vt i> \. J.
I'm n« v, Ndvi'ki is»r 28.
I'eorl'' (\. itoPert Rum« >*enl*noeJ. ••, i&
months ln ill" State prison,
I'eopie v-. Vugud Ouldeite—Sentenced to so
days In tin- t'ountyjui! und *on fine; in (in
built, :m days extra."
People vs. Pro, elscn Ybftrra -Assault, with
Intent tonn, i r. ior> retttin >d « vordletOi
People vs. A. ftaralr-. ni>cl (t. Wi.rAnn Jury
Impanelled und Indictment ntgl.
Adjourned U!) > .v, «. to-din .
District <Onrf W tnMir, J.
•tsihay, No*om \>itf 29.
Jnrrcgnv \ i.nnm -Passed Informally
Oru* vm. Lemaire -Siurv ortl r.
Nhlulervs. Mnec- Motion to file iinil'»rtftlt
inir dented. Defense except*
People vs. Domlngueg - sentenced post
poned until December Ith.
Muhtne vs. Solednd Turnpike Company -
Ordered that peremptory mandamus Isiuh.
People, vs. MarilncE- Hcveral objections to
Indictment overruled, and cause set for trial
Decern her Jd.
Johnson vs. Bush—Findings filed and judg
ment entered for defendant for costs.
Adjourned till Monday.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS
15 A. > X
OF tAJH .VN(IKLKIii.
johx (;. DOWNEY PnnrDKm
I. W. IIK!.!. •! VN.. pAg»f*H
Ksehunge lor sale f n
Hun Francisco. Siew Turk,
Fran It tort. Pari* mil
Pec >ives TepO'dts ami ;>.iih lrs is rtlflrntes.
Bii,vh and se.lU Legal T<nders, Oovernment,
Sim( utility Hinl City Bonds. Will also pay
lb' highest price lor Gold nnd Silver Bullion.
From nod after this date, on till moneys
left us term deposits, Interest trill be allowed.
Los Angeles, July j, IS7I. ocj-lm
r riiis k.
WM. WO ARM Ait. f. p. I". TKMPI K.
TEMPLE & WORKMAN.
TEMPLE BLOCK, I.Os anoklkm.
Receive Deposits, Issue their Certificates nnd
<ir.NJ.ItAI, lIAMUNU 111 SI\I'.SSi.
r-Vi 01 THE LOUDON AKO SAR FItMICISCO BAM iLIRITEDI,
AT SAM FRANCISCO.
Exchange for sale on
Nriv Y'orlr. llnmlmrg,
1 .<■ iiloo. I tori in nnd
Legal Tenders, Bullion, Gold Imst ami Gov
ernment, State, County und City Bonds bought
and .Sold. Beeeitfl valuablesfor sain keep
Jl h r r
And Photographic Gallery
Tho Best Pictures of every
Description. Old Pic
tures Copied and En
larged. Best Artists
Employed. Best fa
cilities in the
City. All work
W n i- r si nt o<l.
DION'EER PACKAGE EXPRESS
L AMI CITY IMLOKAOE DELIVERY.
MOVING PIANOS AND ORGANS
Pianos Unpacked and Repacked.
Anything Delivered, from ari Envelope to
the largest Case over shipped, to all parts of
the ,>ity nnd country, Baggage called lor lo
time for the trains,
M i. -a, c orders on the slnte at the office, In
Wi IK, Fargo ,v Co,'softlee, corner Main ami
Market streets, or P. 0. box 2m«. no.'Hnils
rpHB PARTNERSHIP HERETO
1. tore existing under the firm name of
in ITTER ,v IA »Rl», General Furniture Dealers,
whs tills day dissolved by mutual eofiaent,
Isaac W« Lord loivi«K add nis tntereai to c.
11. BraCley. JOHH C. HOTTEH,
WAAC W. LORD,
The above mentioned business, from this
date (November Ist i, will l>e cohtllllied at the
old stand by DOTTER A BRADLEY, whoaa
suroe the liabilities and collect the (hots of
the old Ilrm, and hope lo merl; a continuance
of the generous patronage heretofore extended
to Potter it 1/ird.
DOTTER & BUADI KY.
Los AngetCS, November Ist, IS7i!. nnT-em
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COM
MERCIAL, Los Angeles, California.
OT»Tv:>. at ALL IIOLHS.
MP* The choicestoVdlOaelei of the Beat Mar*
kets always on the Hill of Pare. Klegant
DINNERS ANl> LINCHKS at a moment's
notice. JAS. MPNROK A CO.,
QATTEH A BAYER,
Basement, cor. Main and ituqulna sts.
All the delicacies of the season. A NICK
COLO LPNt'l.l at n minute's notice. Wines,
Ale*, Porters, Liquors and Champagnes, ol
thb very choicest brands.
Ajflnej!!lllard Table In thelfftU ._ ncU-'.'p
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED.
All Kinds of
THOIIOI 'QHJVY HKPAIBCD
A T THE FAIR BY M. C. BAKER,
il general sewing machinist of twenty-two
years experience. no-13-tf
N D w
LADIES, YOU CAN BUY FIRST
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
Just arrived direct from tfto East.
We are determined to miifcc one GRAND
CLEARINU BALE, und oiler our liinte stock,
commencing' the season, at 75 eehu uu the
Dollar, at No. I .Sp.iinj street.
linfrlmls MRS. J. K. SMALL.
EASTERN AND CALIFORNIA
OYSTERS- FRESH BY EVERY
steiuner, will be served up In every style,
at i he ornerof
COMMERCIAL AND KON ANUKLKH STS.,
By "JAKE" BAKU, (formerly with 11.
Duokwetlerl and CHAS. WALDEN.
»«-tm'K Til KM A CALK. no 11-1 in
DUPUY & COS
CITY OMNIBUS LINE!
RUNS ON MAIN STREET FROM
THE PLAZA TO WASHINGTON JOAli-
HEN, KVKItYHALF HuITP
WVI V FOOT 1 '1\
a ben RI TP V will carry you In his t bgnni
•bus, at TWELVE I AHils FOR A IK.ILI.AIt?
Our Own Manufacture!
In tho City!
A Large Stock of fresh Crack
ers always on Hand.
On hand and mndo to order at short notion.
Tastefully decorated CAfCKM of any denier-., al
reasonable prtoos. Also,
DREAD, PIES AND C AXES.
Fresh every day, at tho
AMKKIC A3i BAHERV.
Los Angeles Woolen Mill
SACRISTE, ELLIOTT A CO
DEALERS IN WOOL, AND MAN
All Wool < asslmerc*.
Twci'ih. I'lo 11 lie is. islnnketa, etc.
All our goods are PURE WOOL, and war
runted as rrpreai -tiled. Consumers can
Save 25 to 33 per cent.
hv buy In a direct from US. KTORK AT THE
•• w IIITK HOI BE," corner of Los Angelas
and Commercial street*, ijo-jti-in
f 10ENER MAIN ii MARCHES*
V>' MAI LT PTBEETS.
FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKES
EVERT PAY. M.'PAXES Of every sort or
kind mndo to order. Orders promptly attend
ed to. nolltmlpl
Cor. I.os Angeles and Center Stre.'ts,
AX AH tin, CAL.,
JOHN KINPHEH PaOFXIKTOB.
OFFERS FIRST-CLALSS Ac
commodations to the traveling public.
All stages arrive at and depart from this
house. Terms moderate. nolt-tf
MAX NICBELPNG, Proprietor.
for traveler;) and visitors. Hinges from
all parts of tho country arrive und depart
Attaohcd to tint hotel MO
N. H. MITCHELL'S
Pioneer Livery, Sale and Feed Stables,
/CENTER STREET, OPPOSITE
V..' Poplar How, ANAHKIM.
The very host aocouunod.itlons for visitors
Ciontlo Stuldlo Hopmch
constantly on hand, nnd furnished ut shortest
DRY GOODS STORE,
Cor. Los Angeles and CfamtftiaJ Sts..
iic:i\N< a ui.ot v.
IJAVINO RETURNED FROM
JL 1 Kvirope A. the Rait with a stock of
t JontM* Clothing-,
(LATEST, STYLES j
I tool* and Mltoi'M,
HatM und CtipM,
I'rttfllflt- \ r iili*-iOM,
*s"ut*niMhiii£- < «<>o<l«.
Of Ihe Latest Ntyles nnd Patterns.
1 solicit tho patronage of nty old friends
am! the nubile In general, All are Invited to
rail ami Inspect my stock, whether they
wish to pu rctaase or no.
Mr. Meyer no'ides nil persons Indebted to
htm to call ami settle up immediately, or the
accounts wIH be placed in the bauds of an
attorney for contention. nop.
T. A. CAREY'S
S Semi-Tropical 9
JJi l' RNKI t IE W.
Grafted, Budded and Seedling Orange,
Lemon, Mexican Lime, English
Walnut, Apple. Peach,
And «ieuiiine Laiiguertor Almond Trees
Pall and examine my stock. Priced cata
logue sent five. Address PostofHcc Box "IHH,
Los Angeles, Pal. TIIOM. A. UARCV.
Guitar and Singing.
J>ROFESSOR M. S. AREVALO
has returned to this city, and will resume
Private Lessons and Lessons to Classes
Apply at SBOPRIOX'I Book and Music
rpHE (WNT\ r HOARD OF EX-
X AMI NATION will hold the regular
quarterly examination of Teachers ln Los An
geles on THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATUR
DAY, th«4th. 6thand Oth of DECEMBER, at
theoourt-house. w. M. McFapdkn.
Co. Sup't of Schools.
Annh elm, Nov. hi. IHT3. nnvlHdaw
rpHE FORT STREET MARKET,
Fort Street, botween Fourth and
Where can be Pound st nil timas, eholro
Which will bo sold at reasonable rates,
iTRICTLT for CASH!
MEATS DELIVERED In all parts ofthe
city, FKEE OF CHARGE.
00.11-lm M. A. COBLKR, Proprietor.
THE REST IN THE WORLD.
X. I>. SAI-NDERM,
Hole Proprietor for California und Oregon.
FL W. DOSS,
sole Agent for QeJltornla.
IT SAVES THE LIMB KUOM SPLITTING,
AND CUTH A CLEAN OCT.
I Want* published at the rate of <S% cents per
line for each Insertion, or 10 cents per lino for
three insertion,. No advertisement under
Ihis head taken for less than 25 cents.]
WANTED -A PARTNER IN A
profitable enterprise In the country. A
capital of (fUOO required. Ouo acquainted with
agriculture preferred. Address, immediately,
I P. JOHNSON, this office. nov2otf
WANTED— TO BUY OR RENT
from 10 to - J0 or 40 acres of land, under
Irrigation. Address P. W., this office.
WANTED— ANY PERSON HAV
-IN(< copies of the "Los Angeles Dally
News." from August 17th, 1872, to Heptember
17th, 1*73, or any of them, will confer a favor
by leaving the same at this office, They will
be returned. They nre wuntej for legal pur
El Dorado Store.
Wholesale and rtetall Dealer In
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
WINES, LIQUOR AND TOBACCO.
70 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
House Jo Let!
THE LOWER PART OF HOUSE
on Main street, within Aye minutes'
walk of the terminus of tbe Omni bus JggfX,
Line. Contains five rooms, besides bath room,
pantry and closets. Inquire onthe premises.
nov22*od2w J. F.H.MITH.
Ex SCHOONER CORA,
And for sale ut
J. C. Jackson's
n025-u LUMBER TABS,
DR. L TERRY'S*
NEW STORE AND NEW DRFGH.
In short, every article Usually found In a drug
carefully compounded by v practical chemist
and druggist." noviftttfo
\7"OU WANT YOUR HOUSE OR
JL Wagon painted to suit the times, call on
THOMAS RILLEY, on FIKHT ST REST.
Also ORAININO AND MARBLEING done
on moderate terms. nol-3mle3p
JOHN R. TI NOATK, PROP'R.
FINK WINPS AND LIQCORB,
REST BILLIARD SALOON IN KERN CO.
My old Los Angeles friends, please give me
a cadi. My place Is next the Telegraph Stage
Company's office. oc2BU3p
H. 11. ( A.SWICI.I.. J. F. XLLIfI.
CASWELL * ELLIS,
And Dealers In fiencrsl Merchandise,
88 AND Bs M AIN STREET.
oo?-'.r Los ANoßr,pa._
J. H. SAINOKKS, M. I>. tit, V. HKIN7.I MAN, P. I»
J. B. SAUNDERS & CO.,
TJRITWISTS AND CHEMISTS,
74 MAIN STREET, LOS ANOELEH.
Tbe CHOICEST TOILET ARTICLES, the
PPREHTDKPOHand PATENT MEDICINES
•fall kinds. t>f Prescriptions curelully wm
pounded day and nigh. no2-Im2p
JJY THE BALE OR TON.
SEED RYE, HA RLE V, CORN
FLOI.'R, PROVISIONS. AND CHOICE
WHISLER m COS DEPOT STORE.
QONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Snop on First Street,
Between Main aud Sprlug, Los Angeles.
BUT Jobbing do'ie neatly and with Dispatch
Montana Meat Market.
The best und tends rest meats
in the market. None but the
Primest Beef and Mutton <*ssOL
ever to be found. Note the address—Montana
Meat Market, Main street near First, Los An
VfEW TEMPLE BLOCK, NO. 95
-a-s Main street und No.BSpring street, next
lo the Postoffice, Los Angelo . Wholesale and
retail dealer ln
Books, Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco,
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Etc.
Agent lor White's Patent Money Drawer.
Prof. Herman Bet he,
L? by tho bigbest musicians In San Fran-
Cisco, will receive pupils on the Pluno, Organ,
and in Hinging and Harmony.
FOR TERMS, ETC.—Apply at Brodrlck's
Bookstore, Los Angeles. noiS-lm-is
73 Main »t.,
SALE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY!
BUYS AND SELLS REAL KB
-tata on commission. Has Urge tracts tor
sule lo Southe.ru California.
H he-en Rrdrm,
Special attention paid to the
SECURING or LOANS
EXCHANGE OF CATTLE, HORSES,
HHF.KP AND OTHF.R STOCK.
To the Exhibition of OrM,
and general Information exchanged In regard
to the mines of our country.
Mining and other Stocks on Exchange
All orders promptly attended to, and Infor
We have on sale the following described
Farms, Dwellings, Building Lots, Stores, Bus
iness Ktands.HUtlons, Orange, Lime, Lemon
and other Fruit Trees; Cattle, Horses and
other Htock: besides many other drst-class or
chard and Farm Lands. House* and I aU, ana
Ranches, Improved and unimproved, from i
to 8,000 acres-some with flne dwellings and
till necessary out-buildlngs: and highly Im
proved land, ranging from 86 to thaw per acre,
not advertised In the following Hat:
400 AcreS of Good Farming Land, suitable
for Dairy purposes or sheep range; 88,000 worth
of lmproveinents In fences and buildings;
well watered nnd ln every way desirable. Sh
unted one mile from Compton, nine miles
from Los Angeles. Price 812.000.
15 acres unimproved, ISi miles irom court
house; a fine corner location on a main street.
Oood, land: easy of aeoess by public eonver
ance; fine chance for city home.
NOS. 80,51 AND 58.
4. 3 and SX acre lots; pleasantly lo *s t *|i ;
good soil and water privileges; from #8U» up
10 aere*,well Improved; good house of sin
rooms- 1% miles from court-house, on Han
Pedro street. On It are plan tod 160 limes, 4 and
5 years old, 100 lemons, 4 and 6 years old, 400
orange trees, 5 years old, 30 apples, 8 pears, &
peaches, 4 figs.l Italian chestnut,sgrape-vines
—ail in good bearing. 86,000.
NO. 3. . ,
8 2-5 acres highly Improved land In central
part ofthe city; 1000 vines, choice varieties;
17 orange rices in bearing 15 years old; 225 not
in bearing; pears, apples, tigs, apricotslanfl
many other varieties of choice varieties ot
fruit; line stream of water; Irrigation at no
expense: good trame and brick housei of T
rooms; barn and necessary out-bulld.ngs;
near good school.
NO. 0. „ .
600 r.erc« unimproved land, one mile rrom
town, on railroad; near church and school; lv
a good neighborhood.
Fruit and Vineyard Ranoh of 22 acres: win*
cellar, with casks and stock of wine; tools and
materials, with the crop; comfortable home
and other buildings. There Is 200 per cent,
profit on wine at tlie present price of grapes.
Orange and lemon trees,as well as other rrults.
v * NO. 124. . '\
New brick house and lot, 40 feet frout by ll*
feet deep, on Han Pedro Btreet,s minutes'walk
from the post-offlee; good locution. m*,*9o.
NO. 121. . —
Slots, 180 feet fronton Main street,and 180
on Spring street. We want money io build
houses with. 53.300.
90 acres near the fair grounds, Just outside
the city limits, in the vicinity of artesian welU
-**-* 0 - NO. llfl.
80 acres good land; valuable without Irrlgn
tion; artesian wells easily supplied. 5«,400.
House and lot with 40 acres, to be divided to
suit the purchaser: with or without house pr
improvements, In S,7J*J or 10-acre lots near the
city limits. 8750, 89tf or 81AM).
K bout 1,200 acres of choice fruit land, and
the best vineyard land ln this country, well
watered; water all rises on the place, 812,000.
600 acres, same as above; Improved; 80 miles
from Los Angeles. 830.0U0.
20 acres on Ran Pedro street, near Jeflbwon;
cultivated, and has 50 bearing fruit trees; lies
in the ctt v water limits. 82,000.
8,000 acres unimproved land, with water pri
vilege, at 86 p«r acre. Apply at this office, or
tnG. D. Compton, at Compton.
12 acres of choice land, all ln orchard and
vines in full bearing, located In the ewntrol
iMirt of the city. Extra good water privilege.
Oood house, barn, and all necessary out-bulld
ings. Pays well. 812,000.
House; 3 stories and 7 rooms, hard no-Ask
ished, aud closets. Also, brick basementJK.
S_ 3 rooms and cellar; wine-closet and ball.
3 acres of srrouud.nieely planted with fruit,
lbs, dowers, etc.. good fence and outbuild
ings. Most splendid suburban location In tha
8 32-100 acres Improved lands, wv» M good
bouse of Aye rooms; l>£ miles from court
house, near omnibus line and good school.
Wei I watered. On It are planted 174 orange
trees, 4 and 5 years old, ln tine condition, and
10 Sicily lemons, 0 years old; 50 bearing fruit
and nut trees, of splendid quality, and one
acre of alfalfa. A desirable und cheap plnoe.
*' 7 * NO. 88.
i\ acres splendid land, one nnd a half miles
from tbecourt-bouse, adjoining the above. Is
planted with walnut, orange and lemon trees,
t an be purchased at a bargain for cash. A de
sirable elty lo». 81300.
120 acres at 816.
House and lot, 81,200.
House and lot, 81,000.
Bee raunh, improved; It*acres; 8300.
12,000 acres unimproved; 8,000 do; farming
land; 81 80 per acre.
11 acres orange trees on Washington street:
97 acres unimproved; 8*) por acre*
100 acres at Florence; 8-10 per acre.
2,800 acres at Compton; 818.
18 to 1,500 acres at 812 par acre.
3,000 acres at Compton; 825 per acre.
6ac ea orange, lemon and lime trees, in tbe
city, for tM* No9fl
20acres Improved, with house, toners, alfal
fa, etc; 81,000.
100acres,fruit, grazing and farming land;
best ln tbe country for semi-tropical fruits;
water free and ln abundance; greatly Im
House and lot, 60x120, on Mala street: One
residence; modern built bouse; 88,000; cheap.
Building Lots 100x165 f-el, for 840 each.
Three sections of land near Riverside, at
fiy. per acre.
* NO. 80.
250 shares Central Land Company of Oak
land, for sale or exchange; 82,500.
Two lots, for 8126 each.
Ono lot on Spring street, near Fifth, 1600.
House containing 4 rooms and lot lOOxltt
One and one-halt lots on the hill for 1300.
Nino lots, or over 4 acres, in the suburbs of
Han Fraucisco; 82,000.
Forty acres Improved, house and buildings,
terms, tools, crop, good fences, well watered,
at Compton; 88,000.
SL ftf. ■LATSgfT, Seal Estate Aye at,
71 Maun street, Downey Block,