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PRIDAY OCT. 2, 1874 TERMS OF ADVERTISING. • INK DOLLAR per Square of ten line.:, first insertion, and twknty-ki vk eenis pel square fur each subsequent Insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. The social dance to be given ut Steams' Hall to-night promises to lie a very pleasant affair. Billy Potosky ami Mike Madigan won the line saddle-horse which was rallied oil - at Williams & Rogers' sa loon last night. The Council will hold an adjourned session this morning at 10 o'clock to conclude some business left unfinished yesterday. Governor Booth has commissioned Andrew E. Ryan ft Notary Public for Los Angeles county, to reside at Downey City. The piano used at Professor Snyder's soiree to-night is a Hallett, Davis & 00. grand piano, kindly loaned by l'rofessor Havell, the agent of the company. The meeting of the Lyceum which was to come off this evening at Lawlor institute has been postponed one week, in consequence of the various otlier entertainments to be given elsewhere. The case of Juan Felipe indicted for larceny, was tried in the County Court yesterday. The jury brought in a ver dict of guilty, and Monday next was set for passage of sentence. The term prescribed by the Council for the maintainance of the health ofllce has expired, ami yesterday Dr. McKee who has filled that position during the past three months took leave of his rather unpleasant duties. The case of the People vs. Bias lio bles, charged with grand larceny came up for trial in the County Court yes terday. The jury failed to agree and the defendant was remanded to jail to await a new trial. The exports from I.os Nietos depot for the three days ending October Ist were as follows: 504 sacks barley, -">K sacks corn, 3t; bales meal, 98 sacks Hussion barley and ;;u sacks ground feed. Nietos is assuming tin-impor tance of a commercial city. Mr. Dewey, of the firm of Dewey, Kimball & Co., started for San Fran cisco yesterday for a short absence. He will attend to matters in connec tion with the newly-established firm, anil also bring his family with him on his return. Mr. S. A. Waldron exhibited in our sanctum last night a single bunch of grapes weighing over five pounds. It was of the variety known as the Mo rocco grape, and v, as purchased from oue ofthe fruit stands in our city. We jegret Hal we arc unable to state ou whose premises the line specimen was grown. Professor Snyder's literary and mu sical entertainment comes otfat Good Templars' Hall this evening. A One programme has been prepared, in which the Professor will be assisted by | a Dumber of our most popular amateur I vocalists and musicians. An original ' poetn will also be read by Mr. Hawley, which will form one of the principal ! attractions. The Spring-street barber shop is pre ferred by all good critics of the toilet. Three good barbers are always on hand to do first-class work in a prompt, easy and fashionable manner. Cleanliness scrupulously observed and prices moderate. Hair-cutting, -•"> cents; shampooning, 25 cents; and shaving, lio cents. Mr. Purpura re quests the pleasure of frequent calls from his patrons. In the affray which took place In Los Nietos last Wednesday between Arthur, a butcher, and Hutchins, a blacksmith, of that place, John M«- Garrin was wounded in the foot by a random shot from a revolver in the hands of one ot the parties. Two shots were fired by each of the combatants, but neither was injured. Astray ball passed through a wall and entered the room of a Italy named Mrs. Clemens, hut did no damage. Distinguished Visitors. Our city was honored yesterday by a visit from the Chief of the Cabson tribe of Indiana, with a number of his band. This tribe has a local habita tion in the mountains towards the in terior of the State, east of Los Ange les. The party came in mounted on their scrub, bronco ponies, looking like anything but a royal cavalcade. One was attired iv an army officer's blue dress coat, with prodigious brass buttons and the skirts of a linen duster peeping out from beneath. He was guiltleesof shoes, and altogether pre sented a semi-barbarious-military as pect quite marvelous. Another had on a large overcoat of Uncle Sam's pattern, faced with fur. Considering the immaterial depression of the ther mometer, he was well protected from taking a sudden cold. A third wore, among other attlremente of civiliza tion, a caliCO apron, of which he seemed quite prouil. But (he only one who made pretentions to anything like gorgeous costume, was the chief; and his style, like that of many fashionable ladles of our day, was all piled on his hat. That was a triumph. It consisted of an old bruised and napless beaver, decorated with high - colored strips of cloth, which gave it an appearance neat but not gaudy, as was remarked of the monkey with his tail painted green. His highness, the Chief, looked lo be about twelve hundred and ninety - eight or ninety - nine years of age, and we doubt oot the number could be established within a year or two of that if the family Bible were produced. His face was drawn into a labyrinth of puckers which would justify the belief that his birth dated even a thousand years further back. When we saw him tlie idd Chief sat upon the curb-stone in front of the city building smoking a cigar which had been given Inm, and looking extremely unassuming as though he was not aware of Hie fact that he was a "big Injun." We learn that the party make a yearly visit to the city to show their good will to wards their white brothers. Many ot the band come in at other times to work for farmers In the neighborhood und to drink the Los Angeles whisky und lodge in the calaboo. Common Council Proceedings. Thursday, Oct. Ist, Ist i. The Council met at the usual hour with the following members present: Beaudry, Sabichi, tierkens, Huber, Workman, Chavis, Dcckweilcr and Mascarel. Absent: Valdez und Do Celis. The niinetts of previous meeting were read and approved. The Mayor reported water permits issued for tlie mouth of September to the amount of 51,28"> 75;' amount paid to City Treas urer per receipt, 1940; tickets return ed, S:;i8 To. A report from the Zanjero corrobo rated the amount< given In the Mayor's report. The Zanjero reported that he had expended 'during the month of Sep tember for cleaning and repairing zanjas, SIT 4 oO; retaining a balance of appropriation in his hands of $17 02. lie asked for a further appropriation of $160. Referred to the Committee on Zanjas. TheOity Marshal reported $627 50 collected 'during the month of Sep tember on account of City License tux. Report placed on flic. The Board of Bfiblic Works reported with recommendation as follows, which were acted upon separately: Ist. That, in accordance with the recommendation of the Health Officer, a hox sewer be constructed to connect with the main sewer on Main street, for the drainage of New High street and Beandry Terrace. Some discussion followed on the propriety of ordering the improve ment, as it had not come up In the usual form of a petition. Mr. Beaudry thought, the method taken irregular, but was in favor of having the im provement made, as It was greatly needed. He was in favor of building a brick sewer —something that would be a permanent improvement. Moved that the matter be referred back to the Hoard of Public Works. Amended that it be deferred until brought up in regular form of petition. Amend ment lost and the original motion carried, referring back to tho Board of Public Works. 2d. That tlie sidewalk on Spring street In front of the property of Mr. J. Allen and Mr. Dassand be lowered to conform to the grade of the street. Moved that these gentlemen be no tified to lower their sidewalks, in ac cordance witli recommendation of the Board. Mr. Beaudry thought that the measure was incomplete; that it com prehended the frontage of only two property owners, and in thus remedy ing one evil, others might be created. He amended that the property owners along the entire western side of Spring street, from Temple to First street, bo required to place their sidewalks on grade. Tlie vote on the amendment stood: Ayes -Dockweiler, Mascarel, Beaudry and Sabichi. Noes —Gerkens, Huber, Workman and Chavis. A tie vote, and declared lost. Vote was then taken on U»e original motion, and the vote being exactly vice versa of the former ballot, the ; question was lost on a tie vote. Mr. Dockweiler moved thai the question of making a uniform grade of Spring street, from Temple to First : street, be referred to the consideration of the Board of Public Works. There being no second to Ihe motion, il was declared lost. Tho City Surveyor reported grades established on upper Main street above the Plaza audot Alameda street from Aliso to the southern limits of the city, in the matter of the grade of upper Main street, the reported grade was rejected and the City Surveyor instructed to re-establish grade in con junction of the Board of Public Works; also ordered that due notice of the in tended grade be published in regular form. Mr. Huber moved that the Spring and Sixth Street Railroad Company bo ordered to till up places which they have excavated on upper Main street, such excavations having been made without, the authority of an establish ed grade. Mr. Beaudry amended tho motion that the company be instruct ed to discontinue further operations until the grade can bo established by the City Surveyor and the Board of Public Works. Tlie vote on Mr.Beau dry's amendment stood: Ayes; Dock weiler, Gerkens, Mascarel, and Beau dry. Noes; Huber, Sabichi, Chllds and WOrkman, Amendment lost. Vote on the original motion was (hen taken, resulting in a tie, and the motion was declared lost. in the matter of the completion of three hundred feet of Main sewer re ported as finished by the City Survey or and done in a satisfactory manner, Mr. Gerkens moved that the rules be suspended, and the contractors paid for the section completed. The mo tion was finally * withdrawn after some debate. Mr. Dockweiler feeling aggrieved as the Chairman of the Committee on Sewers by tlie appointment of a spe cial committee at a previous meeting to supervise the building of Main sewer, offered his resignation as such chairman. Resignation not accepted. Messrs. E. Gay & Co., contractors for the Main sewer, then presented their bill for the three hundred feet of sewer completed, amounting to $564, with certificate of acceptance from the the City Surveyor. Mr. Gerkens re newed his motion that the rules be suspended and contractors paid. Car ried. The City Health Officer presented a report with statistics of his otlice for the quarter. Mr. Gerkens moved that the report be placed on (lie, and the term of the Health office having ex pired, that it be declared vacant. Mr. Huber amended by moving that tho matter of declaring health office va cant be referred to the Board of Health. Mr. Beaudry explained him self as being opposed to the continu ance of tlie health office and the en forcement of the elaborate health or dinance which he thought well-adapt ed to a crowded European city but much in advance of the city of Los Angeles. The vote on the amendment stood: Ayes—Huber, Sabichi and Work man. Noes —Gerkens, Chavis, Mascarel and Beaudry. Tin 1 original motion was then nut before the House, and passed by thu following vote: Ayes—Gerkens, Chavis, Mascarel and Beaudry. Noes—Huber, Sabichi and Work man. The Finance Committee reported the following bills, with their approval: Griffith, Lynch & Co., fßß2lj Wm. Rowland, $91 80: E. F.Teodell. £48 10; p, Goodwin, $5; Goodwin, $6; Herald otlice, 110 40} M.Osborn,92B 56; J. H. McKee, S4; Geo. P. McLean, $10; Griffith, Lynch 6 Co., $27 84; Caswell & Ellis,sß 15; D.McCarty,2; Griffith, Lynch it Co., SIUO4; same, Slo KG; B. Billings. $83; N. Keolo, £10. Mr. Gerkens moved that Messrs. Perry >t Riley, who are constructing a private sewer on Main street, be noti fied to discontinue work until author izcdbylhe Council to proceed. The motion failing to -.-cure a second, it was lost. Mr. Beaudry moved that the C ity Surveyor repair to Ifla sewer in course of construction, nnd ascertain if it is a branch sewer suitable for the wants of property-owners, and if imt that they be notified by the City Clerk to dis continue further disturbance of street. Carried. Adjourned until to-day at in o'clock A. M. Health Officer's Statistics. Prom the elaborate report of Dr. Mc- Kee, the Health Officer, which was presented to the Common Council yesterday We extract the following points of interest concerning the san itary condition of our city: During the quarter ending October Ist the Health Officer has ordered 1 lie abate ment of three hundred and sixty nui sances, comprising every kind of dan gerous and offensive accumulation of garbage resulting from carelessness of citizens and insufficient drainage. A large number of these orders have been compiled with but many still re main without attention either through neglect or imperfect sewerage facili ties. Only a limited mortuary report was presented, in consequence of the recent establishment of regulations compelling reports to be made to the officer. The lirst report of death sent in under the regulations of the Health Ordinance was dated August 20th, and the full number reported up to October Ist was thirty-eight. Sufficient time has not yet elapsed to form the basis ofany statistical remarks or conclu sions. The report says: Our city has been fortunately spared from the ravages of contagious diseas es during the quarter, .lust now,how ever, scarlatina has broken out again. There are many cases in tho city but at present of a mild type. Judging from its ravages last Winter we may predict its equal severity this Winter. Unlike miasmatic fevers, it increases in this country during the cold, wet months. The' mortality in our city among children has been dispropor tionately great for such a salubrious climate us ours and if the cause exists in our badly ventilated and-old adobe houses with' their imperfectly cleansed premises, the vigilance of the health officers cannot be too faithfully ap plied to correct it. The number of births reported since the first of August was fifty-nine or since the 20th of August, forty-six—an excess of eight over the number of deaths for the same time, We regret that we cannot, quote more extensive ly from the Doctor's report as it con tained many suggestions regarding the measures most necessary to be adopted for the preservation of health ami cleanliness in our city. Among others was a recommendation for the estab lishment of a city market which we think deserves serious consideration on the part of the Council. During his term of office Dr. McKee has dis charged the duties devolving upon him in a thorough and conscientious man per.and he deserves credit for making a decided change for the better in the sanitary regulations of our city. Qur City Schools. Dr. Lucky, Principal of our Public Schools, furnishes us the following statistics, showing the number of scholars in attendance in the various departments during the month of Sep tember, arranged in the order of their gradation, with names of teachers: No. of Pupils. Teaeboi*, Hoys. Girl*, Tola!. Miss Hawks 1!) .'Il N Miss Bon«OUgh .. 28 Hi si Mr. Kimball 24 80 54 Mr. Saxo 20 21 Ml Miss Palmer 20 Si 47 Miss Hlxby 18 -> 44 Miss Casad 20 T. 47 Miss Kussell .".2 28 CO Miss Scott 88 84 70 Mrs. Illinois 40 22 Oil Miss Lucky 88 40 7« Mr. Saxon 20 18 12 Mrs. Carter 88 80 80 Mrs. Parker 85 •"> 7! Mrs. OMtott 20 12 .'I Miss Porter 1+ 12 Mr. Wltherow 20 13 88 Summary 171 111 888 Increase over last month, .04. • The Golden Songster." The attention of our readers is di rected to the advertisement of the St. Lawrence Publishing Company,which appears this morning. Mr. R. S. Law rence, the manager of the company, is an old and tried newspaper publisher, having founded the following journals, all of which, with the exception of two, are now in successful operation: Clinton Counry Democrat, Camanche, Iowa; Whiteside County Democrat, Albany, 111.; City Enterprise, Lo Claire, Iowa; Marion Herald, Marion, Iowa; Daily Evening Express, Gales burg, 111.; Aurora Chronicle, Aurora, 111.; National Merchant, Philadelphia, Pa.; National Merchant, Burlington, Iowa; Bloouiington Journal, Bloom ington, III.; Normal Review, Normal, III.; Sunday Locomotive, Sacramento, Cal. Mr. Lawrence proposes to publish a complimentary edition, consisting of two thousand copies of tho "Golden Songter," in November next, for gra tuitous distribution in our city. With a few advertisements and some edito rial notes, the songster will contain a tine collection of the most popular songs and ballads of the day, and will be an acceptable visitor in every household. Sch sol Teachers. Editor Hhbald: Toll Dr. Lucky to say to the Sau Bernardino folks that we have no fifty-dollar school teachers in this county. That quality of teach ers are never employed here. But as they only have two hundred and fifty dollars to distribute monthly, we can send them two teachers and a half for that sum. Los Avorlks, Los Angeles, October 1, IK7L Splendid fronts suits. Coat pants and vest, for 512, very heavy, tients Satinet pants $2 <m and $2 50 at the Bazaar coiner of Main and Requena streets. The quickest way to make a for tune is to buy your goods at the Bazaar, corner of "Main and Requena * Isaac Norton oi Co., corner of Main and Requena streets, are now selling out their Spring and Bummer stock at reduced juices. IfyoU want lo save money give them a call. Ho! for JPanamint! rriUE I Nl'KllSltiNKli WILL DISPATCH 1 a four horse stage to Panamint about t i«e first of October, mill will proceed In establish stations fur a first-class stage line from Lm ADKele* to Panainint. A few passengers can be taken. Apply at Campbell'* Stables, Aliso street. . M, P. CHARLES. UM Attgeles, Sept. 2Mgi sep2a-lw iiTASi'DU.-A WETNUBSK.—AppIy at V\ Dr. Sborb's oflloc, opposite the Post Offlce, sep2y-lui Special Notices. Acknowledgments taken at aormts bj CHAS. E. BEANE, Notary Public and Conveyancer, HV/i Downey Block, ground door. ocl2-lm LEW. O. CABANIH, NoUry Public and Con veyancer. Acknowledgments taken at .10 cents per signature, otllee No. 41 Temple Block, over Postoffice. octl-lm" Peter Bunney, Main street, second door from cornerof Court street, has a splendid assort ment of (Irocei io, Provisions, Wines, Liquors Cigars, Tobacco, etc., which he offers at the lowest market prices. All goods of the best fiuaiitv. Orders delivered free of charge, sep27l f Five spools of Coal's thread IbfSl els. Four papers American' pins for 23 cts. Four pieces Worstead braid for 2-"i els. At the Ba/.aaS, corner of Main and Reque na streets. * All travelers and miners will do well to net their Boots and Shoes made al the Boa Angeles Boot and Shoe Factory of A. S. McDonald, No. lot Main street. Call and see for yourselves. Ten yards brown factory for 81. Eight yards extra heavy 4-1 factory for |1, Ten yards do do 80 inch for |1. Pour spools Brook's thread lor 2."> cts. At the Bazaar, cornerof Main and Reque na Streets, opposite the tr. W. Hotel. Four pair seamless hose for $1. Three pair diamond toed Shaker socks for $1 00. Al Isa ac Norton A Co.'s, comer of Main nnd Requena streets, opposite U.S.Hotel • Agency Imperial of London and oueen of Liverpool; capital,slB,ooo,ooo. North* crn of London, capital, $15,000,000; and Hart ford ot Hartford, capital, $3,000,000. Office: Room No. :; Downey Block. iOHN CARLIN, Agent. sepVtf »«- The tldo of Immigration is steadily set ting ln, and the first thing eastern people do is lo throw away their New York Hats and buy a new one ofDKSMOND. They say there Is no comparison between the two. 2%0 Agency Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company. Assets, $21,000, -000. Agency State Investment Insurance Company. Fire and Marine. Assets, $380,000, at Brodrlclc's Book Store, near the Postoffice. w Oo to the Fashionable Tailor, Fitz patn'ck, when you want a fine suit of clothes. If you desire recommendation, ask any of his numerous customers, and you will be told that" Fits." always does his work well giving tine work, good material and reasona ble prices. Do you want a stylish and neat-fit ting Boot or Shoe, then call nt once on Wm. Slaney's Cosmopolitan Boot and Shoe Store, for lie receives by every steamer the latest and best styles, and he sells them at such low prices, that you can't help buylMg. Cus tom work a specialty. He hus engaged some ofthe best workmen that could be found In Sun Francisco, and he guarantees to give his customers all hand made boots and perfect tit at the same price that you pay for machine made boots. Call and examine his samples and see for yourself, at 100 Main street, oppo site Wells, Fargo A Co.'s. Sign of the Big Blue 8001. EL DORADO STORE. A. C\ CHAUVIN, Wholesale aud Itotall tiealer lv Choice Family Groceries, Country Produce, Wines, I.lqUQl'S UJld TobuCCO. VO Main 8t.,1~,05s A-llKele**. *ug2B:tf ANNOUNCEMENTS. For City TSlui'slml. B. F. HARTLEE announces himself as a Candidate for the office of City .Marshal, at the coming c ectlon. OCt2 Vol* City AsseHiiur, .TOIITV 'JT.. MORRIS. octl" Fui' City >Xui*xiiul. FRANCIS BAKER,ex-Marshal, announces himseir us a Candidate lor the office of City Marshal at the coming election. sep.'iO Kor City IMiirnlial, Detective Officer EMIL KARRIS desires to announce himself as a candidate for our nexl i llty .Marshal. sep2l) tTav City Marshal, JOHN J. <'ARitil.l.o announces hlni sell as a Candidate lor tb« otlice of City .Mar shal, al the coming Municipal election. ITov City Treasurer. li. ri.F,l.*»iiMAN announce! himself as a candidate forCxTV Tkkasvmeb at the ensu ing election. seplß For City Treasurer, JAMES MELLUtf announces himself as a candidate for the office of City Treasurer at the coming election. sep29 ~ For City Trensmrrr, lIFItMANN NIKItKCKF.N announces himself as a candidate for the office of City Tkkasuber at tlie ensuing Muulclpal elec tion. sep2l For City Treasurer J. L. WARD. seplri ITor Mnyor. At tlie request of many citizens, the under signed announces himself a candidate for Jlnvor, ut the net Municipal ( lection. K. SABICHI. Los Angeles, Sep. l.ilh, 1&74. It, J. WOLF. THOS. OATHS. WOLF & GATES' SALOON", .main NTiiEKT, opposite Commercial, None T)tit tlie Purest and Best Wines & Liquors Kept ut this house. Both Imported and Domestic Brands arc selected with care. A superb lunch Is served every day, aid all the principal news papers may he found in the reading rooms. sep!Btl If You want a Howard Watch, consult C. H. BUSH before pur chasing. FOR FIVE CENTS. LAGER BEER SALOON. "tirF. HAVE purchased the Saloon lormer >V |y kept by CHARLES HAGAN. On Commercial Mtreeti And will hereafter retail a good quality of I.os Angeles IB IE E IR, AT Tin: LOW PRICE OF FIVE CENTS PER GLASS. A OOOD STOCK OF WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS, Kept constantly on hand. WRIGHT & MEIER. seps-lm FOR SALE FOR RENT TO LET. For Mnlo. I>)NY PHAETON, HOME AND HAR- IieSS. A|>|>lV to oetl-Iw NOYES A DCRKEE. Airi: Of IKK FOR HALF, for three day*, W one Of the most favored HAH nnd BIL LIARD ROOMS in this city, with fixtures nnd furniture complete. Long lense and low rent. DEWEY, KIMBALL A CO., I. S. Hotel Building, Ixjs Angeles St. sept) si For Sale Low. CIIMON LEVY has bought till (rrain ilnm- Hged ut tlie burning of the Stearns'mill, and will eommeneo selling It cheap on Mon day morning at the mill. — sep2»)tf FOR HALE. ATIIIRTY-LIOHT Atmospheric Oas Ma chine. new and in good working order.— Will be sold at less than cost. B. C. FOY, sep.Vlni No. 17 Los Angeles SL PASTURE. 1 HAVE PASTURE L/hNDsuraclenl to feed 1. from 1.000 to 2,000 ihi f>p, upon Which I will keep that number until the lirst of Jan uary at reasonable lerms. SIMON LEVY, sep2l)tf Cor. AI No and Alameda Sts. MISCELLANEOUS. CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 2 1 SPRING ST., - - LOS ANCELES, I Nearly opposite Postoffice. IJIOR BALE—SS ACRES CHOICE LAND . on San Pedro street, opposite tho proper ty purchased by Mr. Oeo. 11. Davis. Soil equal to the oesl, ami extremely low at 545 per ucre. Apply Immediately to CHAMBERLIN A HANCTtOFT. FOX SALE.—A GOOD PAYINO FIEST- Clas-ii Confectionery business. Good stock and complete set of fixtures. A good Invest ment for a business man who has $2,1)00 or f2,. r >OD to invest. For further particulars In quire of CHAMBERLIN A BANCROFT. Sheep Pasturage for Sale or Rent ACRES OOOD PASTURE 4 \J\J land, desirably located, for tale at a very low figure, or for rent on the most liberal terms. Apply to CHAMBERLIN A BANCROFT, Weal Estate Brokers, Bepi2/1 , • Opp. Postofiiee. ACMIOD FARM-BO ACRES OF LAND, well Improved, Is offered for rent by CHAMBERLIN A BANCROFT, iepl3tf 31 Spring street. WANTED!! A good EN BROETIC MAN with v capital of $1,000, to purchase a halt interest In one ofthe most popular and best paying Res taurants in the City, Apply to CHAM BERLIN 4 BANCROFT, Real Kstate Brokers, opposite Postoffice. wanted:: (100 D BUSINESS MEN OF CAPITAL to J apply at our otllee and enquire concern ing go d business opportunities and Invest ments. CHAMBERLIN A BANCROFT, Real Estate Broken, opposite Postoffice, geplOtf WANTED A PRACTICAL liA IN DRY MA N with a . capital of 11,600, to purchase a half in terest in the best paying Laundry business in the city, Apply immediately to CHAMBERLIN >v BANCROFT, ileal Estate Brokers, opposite Postoffice. FOR SALE. \GOOD BRICK HOUSE of ni-. rooms, pleasantly located within three blocks oi Postoffice. Lot 50x1«5, Price 5a.500. Property Is very desirable and Lr»ofrered for Rale at an extreme low figure. Apply immediately lo Clf AMBKRLIBf A BANCROFT* Real Kstate Broker*, Nearly opposite Postoffice, » sep2l-tf TO RENT. 0.000 ACIJ GOOD GRAZING LAND — NEAR — HA IN JL'" E 11N AISI3 O. Plenty of water lor slock. RENT PER YEAR, - - - S3OO. Apply to CHAMBERLIN A BANCROFT, Real Estate Broker*, Nearly opposite Postoffice. septa) MISCELLANEOUS. t n c O E CJ x*: E . The King of Pianos, STANDS UNRIVALED. KOHLER, CHASE & CO., WHOLESALE ACENTS, il.;;l Clay Ntrcet, Sim FrnnelSCO. J. D. PATRICK, No. GO T|>rlug; street, AGENT for Los Angeles, the Southern Me tropolis ofthe Stale of California. sepO-lm BOARDING HOUSE. I HAVE FIRST-class ACCOMMODA IIons for hoard and lodging, wllh Newly IVurniwhed Xtopma. and tables supplied with the best the market affords. Terms:—9B 50 per week. L. F. RUCKEL, ALISO STREET, near Aliso Store. sepUtf For a fine article of Spectacles und Noso Glasses, C. H. BUSH can suit you. Instructions^in French. Prof. LOUISADAMS Will Instruct classes or private pupils. He bus been exclusively engaged ln teaching the French language for the past fifteen years, and has the highest testimonials from East ern institutions with which he has been con nected, Address to care ol P. Philip, Esqr., Downey Block. sep2U-lm Bring oti Your .lewelry .lob bins tlmi otherm say cannot Do done In L<»» A-nßalee. t '. 11. JJI ma.. Bring in your Watches &. Clocks, that all others havo failed to make run. C. H. BUSH^ WOOLEN MILL STORE ! PFEIFFENBERGER & SHAUER, Los Angeles Street, near Commercial. HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER Invoice of imporleil goods direct from Kastern markets, and now have one of the most complete stocks ip be found In the eltjr, composing CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINCS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, &.C., &.C., &C, 4&.C, Of Foreign und liomestlc manufacture. A Tailoring Establishment Iseonneeted wllh the store, Where customers euu have their goods made up In tho ISStCSI style andut the most reasonable prices. Cull and examine the stock for yourself. PFEIFFENBERQER A SHAD B R. sept-tf H NEWMARK & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS AN D — Hardware Merchants, 7, 5). «Sc 11, Ijos Hit. THE ATTENTION of the trade is called to our large and complete stock of Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Ci gars, Tobacco, Shelf A N D 11 E JL. V HARD W Jk. RE, Iron, Steel, Farming implements, Wagon Material [Paints Oils, Which we offer at greatly reduced rates. Special attention given to Mining Supplies. H- NEWMARK <&, CO sep26 Los Angeles, Cal. Immense Sacrifice! _ir\L» _ £3 ~T ■ _A_ ZLST _t±! "3?" ? £> MAMMOTH BOOT & SHOE STORE Corner Commercial and Los Angeles Sts. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE F'OM :JO DAYS OMA, 500 Prs. Men's Tap-soled Calf Boots, Ist quality, $6 00, for merly $7 50. 500 Prs. Men's Single-soled Calf Boots, Ist quality, $5 50, for merly $7. 500 Prs. Men's Calf Boots, 2d quality (San Francisco make) $4 50, formerly $6. 500 Prs. Boys' Calf Boots, Ist qual.. $4, formerly $5 50. 500 Prs. Boys' Kip Boots, $2 50, formerly $3 50. 500 Prs. Ladies' Balmorals, $1 25, formerly $2. 500 Prs. Ladies' Balmorals, Ist qual., $3 50, formerly $5. 500 Prs. Ladies' Buttoned, $3 25/ formerly $4 50. 500 Prs. Ladies' Buttoned, Ist qual., $4 50, formerly $5 50. Misses' and Children's Shoes equally as Cheap. fcvf Anyone who reads these prices can see that I sell my Splendid and Well-assorted Stock of Men's, Boys' and Ladles' Wear cheaper than any house in tlie city. I must clear out my present Stock at once to make room for tlie extensive Winter Assortment now arriving. auglStf WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE V. S. HOTEL. lr*«,i 81 1& 9 Oils*, Varniwlios, Tsi*ii«li<*«, and Locking-glass Plates, Wainut, Rosewood and Gilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES AGKNTS KOll Til*: California Chemical Paint Company. jL,ixsei*at. i?s i>t;ci:ai l>ts offered TO myS3m It PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. EC O TEL, TMniii fcJtoP*s©t» XmCM A nff©l ©18. A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor. Til 10 SI.X IOI'INC AI » \lt 'J' JU 10 N T Are 11:"' and well ventilated, :t 11 •t in tit i beet possible eond i t lon. THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET. No expensn will bo npared <o make the Hotel equal to uny on the Coast. aSi-tf—.'. Olieaper tlian the Cheapeiii! J. D. GUERRERO, Cornel' of \* above the Catholic Church, wishes to inform the public in in general that he will sell fro ft] thi* date bis entire stock ot DRY GOODS, ClothlMflfi UootH, Sliocw, HutH nml Fanoy CJootlw AT HAS KKANCI-.ro COST, POSITIVELY. Not having (lie required room iv my establishment to keep a mixed assort ■ ment, as heretofore, I will sell my entire stock of Crockery, Glass and Hard ware, Groceries, Liquors and Cigars, at reduced prices, iv order to make room for a Summer Stock of Goods Vtsr Everything will be sold at San Franciset cost—but positively for cash. J. D. < I L'KHRERO, jvlotf o Cor. Plaza, T. I*. Campbell's old stand, Los Angeles, Cal.