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THURSDAY OCT. 8, Ist 1. TERMSOF advertising. ONE DOLLAR per Square often lines, If nut insertion, and pwkxty-fivk cent* per square for each subsequent insertion. LOCAL BREVITIES. Dr. Allen hM onr thanks for a line watermelon, brought to our ssnctuui. The HoWfl Sewing Machine Agency hM been removed to Sam. Hellman's, Spring street, adjoining the Postoiliee. Thirty-three passengers left by the steamer Ventura for San Francisco yesterday, Mr. Juan Lorensauo and Cesrla Valenxuela were married by Justice Traffbrd last Satureay. Rev. .1. M. Campbell yesterday united in matrimnn\ Mr. Martin E, Lindskon and Miss Mary L. McGulre, both of Wilmington. The exports rrom the Los Nietos depot yesterday Were ~- sacks iye, 301 sacks barley, 15sacks meal and 873 sacks wool. Blaok Jack and his gauu; of track layers are pushing things towards Anaheim on the extension as fhsl as circumstances will permit. We were favored with a premoni tory sprinkle of rain yesterday after noon. A shower was also reported at Wilmington. It is reported that Major Mi Daniels, late of this place, has been nominated lor District Attorney ol' Yavapai county, Arizona. The case of Kami vs. I.ami was the only business before t lie District Court yesterday, A motion for a change of venue was set for hearing on Friday at 10 A. K. The in teres I of Mr. Rogers in the Palace Saloon has been purchased by ins partner, Mr. Williams, and that gentleman will hereafter conduct the pooular establishment. The largest train which ever left the Los Angeles depot was dispatched to Wilmington on Tuesday. It consisted of fifteen cars loaded with freight, be sides passenger and baggage car-. The Royal Tycoon Japs, who pre reg isistered at the United States Hotel, present the following fantastic nomen clature: Minagown Uassa Oeero, Osa wa I'ina Ketcbie, li/. Lobro, Tok Lo pro, T<» Co Zoo, I'ki Moski, Tozo Ketcbie, Miss DnogU Ologa. A row occurred in a restaurant on Commercial Btreet yesterday in which on<! George E. Talbot, was roughly handled by Win. Myers. A complaint was tiled before Justice Trafford against Myers, and be was placed under ar rest. Messrs. Oliver & Aimer are prepar- j ing for the immediate Issue of a com plete and accurate City Directory of j Los Angeles. This is a work long needed, and we hope it will receive 1 the hearty support and patronage of every citizen. Justice Gray rendered a decision , yesterday on the case of Dr. Pong Chong, arraigned before him for per jury. As near as the Judge could make out from the Chinese beiro-I giynhics brought in as evidence,the distinguished Doctor was Innocent, and he BO decided. i'rof. l>«uis Adrms has taken v chair in Wilmington College as Erenohinstructor. He will also or ganize a select class in this city. The ! Professor comes from the East with the best of recommendations from j old-established colleges where he has been engaged teaching the French \ language exclusively, forthe past fif- | teen years. The following is a list of the pa- eii gers per steamer Orizaba, which sailed for Wilmington October 7th: OH Bliss, wife and daughter, Gov Pico and son, Miss Lucy M Goodall, Mrs Bennett, Miss Cooper, .) F Ward, W W Woodworth, A J Hutchinson, V P Bacon, Col Ivans, Chas Horth, N A Brown, DA Denieke and mother, M Keller, Mrs R Hackman, Mrs X X Rogers and three children, Mrs M S Stevens, li Moor, L W Packard and wife, Miss Morgan Stock, John Dobs and two children, Mrs A P.Wise and child, E J Nichols, A P. Wise, J A Howes, 8 Rogers, j X Ellis, .1 Lasnky, DH Fagas, Mrs Short and four chil dren. J R Fella, I. Short/, Miss s \V Brooks, A letter from Senator McClay re ceived yesterday states that he had just leased out another section of land and other parties arc looking about with a view to leasing. Large tracts arc being planted in oats, rye and bar ky. The water-pipes have been con nected with the tank, and there Is now an abundant supply of water for all demands. The plasterers speak highly of the San Fernando lime, and prefer il to that brought from Santa CrUZ. The oil refinery is nearly fin ished and will soon be in full opera tion. The new hotel is receiving its coat of plaster. It will be opened by a gentleman from Santa Clara m about ten days. Things are going ahead with a rush in the new-made town. State and Cour.ty Tax. The following are the apportion ments of the tax levied by tbe Board of Supervisors at its last meeting: stulo lit 9-10 schoo'lT.'."'.'. j)' current Expense Hospital o Uoud 1 "• Intereui ii'ii sinking Fund of I*Bl UJ ,i .. •• •• IHtiO I'J •• •• i«7U i ' '• " 1871 *0 «iup >r sad squirrel Fund 8 ■lourl-Hoilse Kund 2 Total z . •« »« An Industrious Champion. 1 From tbe .Stockton Leader. | The Los Angeles HiatAi.i' has en tered upon its third volume, aud with every promise of a long continued career of usefulness before it. The HBBAU) is well conducted, and is one of the ablest and most industrious chamniouH that Southern California possesses, and should receive the liberal patronage which il merits. Miss Fannie Marston To-night. Miss Marston will give her second ooncert this evening at Turrr-Verelrt Hall. She will be assisted by Mr. Morse, baritone; Professor Havell, comic vocalist and pianist, and Prof. Falkenau, qianist. A line pro gramme will beoflbred. Miss Marston will sing in addition to a number of brilliant wall/cs, etc.,a grand operatic solo "Kathleen Mnvourneen," ' An nie I.auric," and "('omin' Thro' the Rye," and by request also the "Star Spangled Banner." She has sang this on many public Occasions and before tlie largest audiences t lint have over assembled on thiscoasi and with the most enthusiastic effect. To hear ber sing this one song is alone worth the price of admission. I'rof. Havell will sing two of his best comic songs. Mr. Morse will sing a baritone song and a couple of brilliant operatic duetts with Miss .\iaiston, ami Professors Havell anil Falkenau will play a number of duetts ''ii two pianos, and also a number of line solos each, A most enjoyable entertainment and a tine musical treat Is in store for those Who attend to-night. Tin l box sheet is fast tilling up and already presents a line array of seats taken fur Jlie con cert. All those who propose going should gel I heir seals reserved,as there will In- a full house and good seals will be scarce. A Question oi Law. Editor Herald: I see in ihe file press of yesterday a publication ofthc opinion of the District Attorney to the Board.of Supervisors in regard to the assessment against the lot whereon is situated tlie Court-bourse for the Im provement of Main street in this city, wherein he slates that the property Is exempt from luxation by reason of section 3,507 ol the Political Code. II cannot be disputed (hat he Is cor rect in saying thai the property ofthe county is exempt from taxation, but I think he fails to draw the distinction between taxation to raise mcney for carrying on tlie State, county and mu nicipal governments, and assessments levied for the purpose of making local improvements. The Supreme Court of this State has frequently drawn the distinction and lias shown that, such assessments are not included within the term taxi's or taxation. Section 3,507 of the Political Code re fers to taxes as commonly understood j and not to assessments for local iin- j provetnent. It is within the power of \ the Legislature to presoirbe the basis and mode of apportionment of such assessments as the one in question; it! has decided that such Improvements ; shall be made al the cost of the own era of tbe real estate benefitted. It is true that no obligation to pay money is created against tbe Slate or against ! a county, unless with its permission, but here, in not excepting the prop erty of the county from assessments for local improvements, the State not only consents but commands that the county shall pay iis proportion of all such expenses, l make these suggestions, feeling confident that no one will more read ily than the District Attorney appre ciate whatever merit they possess, I think dial tlie law requires the county to pay its assessments in all such matters; as to tbe equity and justice, II is not necessary to discuss, n. I.os Angeles, Oct. 7th, IST I. Splendid gents suits. Coat pants and vest, for $12, very heavy. Cents Satinet pants $2 (hi and $2 50 at the Bazaar corner of Main and Kequena streets. » The quickest way to make a for tune is to buy your goods at the Bazaar, corner of Main and Requena streets. Isaac Norton & Co., corner of Main and Requena streets, are now selling out their Spring and Summer stock at reduced prices. If you want to save money give them a call. 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, t lleanliness scrupulously observed ami prices moderate. Hair-cutting, i!"> cents; shampooning, 25 cents; and i shaving, 25 cents. Mr. Purpura re quests the pleasure of frequent calls 1 from bis patrons, Pacific Coast Items. Bhere waa $1,377,415 lv tbe State Treasury on Friday. The light-house al Hueneme has just been completed, The burnt district in Chlco win he immediately rebuilt. Four tbopsand tons of wheat is stored at Redwood < 'ity. There was an earthquake at <li-I>>- gaon Wednesday morning. The water of Barrett Borings is be ing shipped to Sau Francisco. Sau Jose on Saturday shipped a car load of frail to Philadelphia. The opposition stage-line between Sonoma and Milton has been bought off A lynx weighing eighteen pouuds, was killed last Saturday near Grass Valley. A California lion and bear were killed last week in the vicinity of Weavervllle. The Monterey Teachers' Institute Will convene at Salinas City on the :20th instant. .Mm. .Morton last week purchased the Masonic Hall property, Santa Rosa, for $9,000. The dry goods dealers of Sacramento have Inaugurated an early-closing movement. A ten days' run ai the Washington Mine, Mariposa county, last week, netted $7,000. George Kilgore, of Quaker Hill. Nevada county, last week, committed suicide hy poison. Charles I). Wood Hi ad has sold the Tehama Independent to C. 15. Ashurst and L. I). Clark. The freight and passenger traffic on the Southern Pacific Railroad is large ly on the increase. Sacramento shipped 1,022 lons of fruit and 268 tons of vegetables Bast, during the past three weeks. Several citizens of Colusa county have recently embarked in the enter prise of rearing Angora goals. Loud complaints are made against the managers of tbe Vallejostreet mil* road fof charging fifteen cents for a single fare. The Consolidated Tobacco Company, of Gllroy, is holding on to its products lor a raise in the price, which is likely to follow in consequence of the partial failure of ihe crops iii Virginia and oilier Southern Stales. Tlie BtlttC Creek dam has been Completed and SCCepte I. Tbe heal ing ofthe Injunction will take place on the 18th Instant. a company has been organised for the purpose of bringing water into Llvertnore. Work will he commenced immediately. Twelve of tlie Brhlgeford herd of cattle, the finest ever brought to this State, were purchased by citizens of ('olusa county. Laura and Radal Booth, colored <;irls, received third-grade teachers' certificates at a recent examination held in Nevada county. During tbe terrific thunderstorm on Wednesday, night, the telegraph w ire at Ellas' Battery, Columbia, was burned off by tin' lightning. The new road from Dutch Hill to Bun Valley, says the Plumas Nation al, is completed and in good condi t ion. The Stockton Itnll penth nt says that tbe cotton crop on the Merced river, this season, Is the best ever raised in California. Picking has already com menced, A llock of quails HeW in al one of the doors of the San Mateo freight de pot Friday afternoon, and were at once captured by the station muster. Il is stilted that salmon are being caught in the vicinity of Collinsville and shipped East, The officers of the law should promptly investigate tlie matter. The Fourteenth Annual Fair of the Humboldt County Agricultural Soci ety will be held at Eureka Wednes day, Thursday and Friday of this week. The college talked of lor Nevada city only lacks $5,000 of having stock enough taken to Insure ils success. It is thought that the additional sum w ill be raised. ■lon. 11. K. Page on Saturday made a tour of inspection, for the purpose of ascertaining what is necessary to be done to improve the navigation ofthe San Joaquin river. A new road from near Mayfleld to the old embarcadero road in San Mateo county, was surveyed by Charles Her man last week. It is six miles shorter than the old road. Ou Tuesday night two large stacks of hay, containing about 150 tons,were destroyed by lire on Souther's ranch, five miles northeast of Holllster. it is up-posed to have been tlie work of an Incendiary. Five ships loaded grain at South Vallejo during September. Tlie five cargoes amounted to 186,003 centals, valued at $303,358, being one-fifth of the entire wheat shipment ol' Califor nia during tlie past month. .1. I. Newbert, of Honcut, last week killed ii four-year-old steer. On open ing the stomach, he discovered one twenty dollar piece of coin, one live dollar piece, and two one-half dollar pieces of silver. The coin shows the effect of acid upon it, and is corroded to a considerable extent. The Council Committee of the So lano Grangers have been investigating the financial affairs of that county. Iv their report they advise the different Granges to employ an attorney to see that the Board of Supervisors at their meetings allow no bills but such as are iv accordance with law. lien! Ralttte TrauHaetlona. Deeds flted tor recoil! for Ihe week end lug October d, 187|, as reported for the Herai.ii by Jndson, Gillette »v Adams,exam iners of title, No, 80, Rprlng street, Los Ange les I W. !!. Kawland to 11. M. Mitchell.—Sixty three acres In llancho Han Pedro; 1500. J.G.Howard to H.T. Hazard,—Undivided Uof interest of grantor in llancho |os Palos Veldes, 12,000. L, Wolfskill lo 1.. J. Uose.—s. j; of x. \: x of N. X, 1 , ofSeo, 1, 'J. 1 H„ It. Ml W.i tfl.iioo. Sheriff to D. .1. MoCormaok,- interest of A. M. Pyeattc in llßaoresSantiagoueSantaAnaj |1,401. .1. W. Potts to.i. v. Blanchard.—Undivided !•£ of block X of Mott tract,city; r1.r.00. '[•'. M. Griswoid to A. P. Hyde.—B. P.ot S. W. !., of .Sec. 12, 'I. 8 X., it. 10 W., 40 acres; J5. p. a. Hyde »> Johanna Gorman; same pro perty; §100, W. H. K. Montague N.S. Montague.—Leeds of equal portltlon of Montague farm. ('. It. Layman to it. Thorpe. -77', acres iv Santiago de Santa Ana; $1,0& Jacob Sehlenlngor to Horn A Turner, The Schlesinger tracl Ih El Monte, p. P. P. Temple to Land and Loon Company or san ErauclscQ.—B74 acres lands described by publit survey.'j -itfj ii. Joaquin MeglM and wife to C, Lindlop.- s. E. ' j of See. 12, T. I s., it. 16 W.; 1250. Concepcion Palomares el til. lo A. R.Meg servi et ai.—Agreement to con vey 2,000 acres of llancho Han .lose f0H316,000. W. s. Tidwell io a. Glaaaell.—Forty acres in Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana; fl,tijo. Wm. Johns to I. W. Lord.—Lot 3 iv block M ot Motl tract, oily; 1200. Will. Johns to (ieo, W. Morgan. 1.0 l I in block m or Moit tract: -2 n, Eugene Meyer to 1. W. Hellman. L'ndi \ided U of Allso Mill-, property; 52.-.uu. • ieo. k. Porter el al. in p. Peaudry.—Lot 19 in Sec. 3, T. 2 N.. It. 16 W.J 1109. R. Manuel et al. tot'has. mils. - Lot 55x150 feet on (.'enter slreet, Anaheim; f32n. C, Maelay el al.loD. Kivara et al. -Sixty-six lot* In Han Fernaudo; sit' 0, EXPORTS. Thu following Js -i list of Hie export* from Lo» Angeleg Depot,October7l hi One bbl liquor, 1 et dry goods, 7.' Mil wool, \i hi do, 2cs indue, I tk wool, I oxfi grayee, 1 bill won-. HOTEL ARRIVALS CLARENDON. \v.\i Bovardil wf.Rvwd C B Rawmoii, Anion B Purgeson, M Jose l. w Kirhy, ilo i: Parrot I,wf & niece, s 1.1, Barlow, H Prudn Leandro tiuibue.v, do r, Dunn, A T W BOhandler.do .) McCren.fl I' II uSi Dawsou, A/.uko CA Kellon, N T Wood, s Juan P ICO. I: W Brown, Chicago P Machado. Bullouu V I'elchor, Itlvrsd I. Adue, s Brad w VVJenkln.S Anton B Ober.Ballona It W While, do A A Wlgmore, 8 Frnd c i' Sidi /. it wf, B P B l» Sobults! ,v nny, 8 V C White, Freacotl CAKmllh, St Luwrnc V P Rugben, s r I, Al-A V ETTE. A L Provost, Kooiei- T Freeman, Oh In it RSploe.H Btnti V H Purdy, S Gabriel n Prlo, Eldorado Co <; Brown, Melon Wm Morgan, Krnvl i Baker* wf, A 1' T ('handler. H I UNITED STATES. At' McDonald, H P n Hakei, Rlvrsd I CollHwell, 1' mmm sli Mnllion, Tuhachpl B Wing, S Juan i Workman, Puento It A Llng,wf «c,B Dgo .1 Jordan A wf, Anhm a li Morgan, Kern Co Q Wortrop, Monte D Uldley, Napa WM. FARRELL, Wo. IJ» t'< >l H'V STI! lOIOT, Practical Plumber. Gas and Steam Pipe li*l r r T £311, Building* HUe4 wlthGaj mil Water Pipe and asttiret st sttorl notloo t on 1 C 1 !-4«>tt it I>l 4" TVl'lllW. Q|l fixtures rfflntlhoil and made lo look as good ax new. Tin' EMPIRE GAS BURNER I 'oif H A L.JBI. All Work Warranted, n i2tr Special Notices. The rank EXCH ANGE Is closed for re pairs Until further notice. oell'f I'lHENix Insurance Company, Hart t'oid. Connecticut; Home Insurance Company, New York; North British A Mercantile In -lUranee Co., London and Edinburg; Home Mutual Insurance Co., California. (iombloi d \ .-. i, SBO.BDO.OBBi gold. ell As. R. JOHNSON, BS Temple Block, oct-l i Los Angeles, Cul. I'cterl.unney, Main street, second door from coiner of Court stroeL has a splendid assort ment of Groceries Provisions, wines, Liquors Cigars, Tobacco, etc., Which he oilers at tlie lowest market prices. All goods of the best analltr, Orders delivered Ireeoi charge. MpfTtf Five spools Of I oat's til read lot 9S cts. lour papers American pins for 2S Cts, Four pi s Worstead braid fur L'-'i cts. At tbe BaXAAS, corner ol .Main and Reque na street All travelers and mlotn will do Well to gel their Boots and Shoes made al Ihe Los Angeles Boot and Shoe Factory of A. S. McDoxald, No. ioi Main street. Call and sec for yourselves. Ten yards brown factory tor si. Eight yards extra heavy 1-1 lactor) for il. Ten yards do do HO Inch forth Pour spools Brook's thread lor 25 cts. At the Bazaar, cornerof Main and Reque na sir. els, opposite the P. S. Hotel. Four pair seamless hose fort I, lbreepnlr diamond toed Shaker socks for II 00. „ , ai Isaac Nowros ■ coys, corner ol Main and Requena streets, opposite IT, S. Hotel Agency Imperial of London ami Queen of Liverpool; cs»ltal,|l8,O10»0t0. North ern of London, capital, ?:.'i,HUO,aOH: and Hart ford ol Hartfortt, capital, s'uxm.iion. Ofßee! Boom No. :! Downev Block. JOHN CARLIN, Agent, scp.Vl f »•>. The tide of immigration is steadily set ting in, and tb*first thing eastern people do is to throw away their New York Hats and buy a new one of DKSMOXD. They say there Is no comparison between ihe two. i 1).., Agency Liverpool and London and (ilohe Insurance Company. Assets, 121,000,- OK). Agency State investment Insurance Company. Fire and Marine. Assets, #380,000, al Brmlrlck's Book store, near tin Postoffice, '"»! t -■'% Go i<> tho fashionable Tailor, Fitz patrick, when you want a line suit of clothes. If you desire recommendation, ask any of his numerous customers, and you will be told that " Fit/." always does Ills work well— giving fine work, good material and reasona ble prices. Do you want a stylish ami neat-fit ting Boot or Shoe, then call at once on Win. Slaney's Cosmopolitan Boot and Shoe store, for tie ri Ives by every steamer the latest and best styles, and he sells them at sueli low prices, that you can't help buying. Cus tom wor!; a specialty. He has engaged some ofthe best workmen that could lie found In San Francisco, and he guaranties to give his Customers all hand made boots an I perfect til at the same price that you pay for machine made boots. Call aim examine his samples and see for yourself, al luO Main street, oppo site Wells, Fargo * Co.'s. sign of the Big Bine Boo. MISCELLANEOUS. Annual Meeting- SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MUTUAL AID Association—Prinoipal place of business, Los Angeles,( alilornia. The second annual meeting ofthe members jof the Southern California Mutual Aid Vssocl | atton will be held al tho secretary's office, No, 1 n. Temple Block, Los Angeles, on Tuesday, October 'is. 1874, At lv o'clock A, M.,for the purpose of electing a Board of Eleven Directors and for Ihe trans action of such other business as may legally come before the meeting, All members will ! be entitled to a voice ami vote in the meeting, either iv person or by proxy. Dated al Los AUgeICS, Ibis Jlth day ot Scp i lember, WM. J. E. MeCOMAS, President. ! L, M< Hoi.r, Secretary. sep2S-td NOTICE. rpo ALL WHOM IT .11 A V CONCERN. _L Bell known that I, s. P. Larsan, want possession of my children, and do not desire any gift or charily, ami Will look upon all those who will keep them ol " of |M >' posses sion, as criminals. ocl.'Wt BETHESDA MINERAL SPRING WATEIi. AN 1N FA LUBLE REME i» V for Blight's Disease and disorders of the Kidneys and Liver. To be obtained of Druggists and < Irocers. For sale by J. L. WARD A CO., Gen. Agents. Testimonials of Its efficacy can lie found at our oilice. auglO tf Rogers Bro. Celebrated Silver Plated Ware I at C. H. BUSH'S. B, J, Woj.K. THOS, OATKB, WOLF & GATES' SALOON, I .11 A 1 \ MTREKTt opposite Commercial. None but the Purest and Best Wines & Liquors Kepi at tills house. Both Imported and Domestic Brands are selected with care, a superb lunch is served every day, and all the principal news papers may be lound In Ihe reading rooms. seplstt VETERINARY" SURGEON. OSCAR C BALDV, V. 8., TREATS ALL diseases of the horse. Can be found al corner Fourth und Fort streets, I.os Ange les, Cal. auil tf—3 LOUIS EMKttY PAOB. |fK| i\ fiPRKAX ill! IVEU PAGE & GRAVEL, Manilacluiers of Carriages and Wagons ■X .e jo.. iii ail Ui ml . made i.i l he best ma li.i.l. flu". .il»o keep on band a large slock of Carriages. Buggies. Light Spring and Heavy Wagons, of their own make, which they warrant lv every respect. They have determined to sell their work at prices'as low as the Inferior and worthless work that Is frequently being palmed off up on tbe coiuincniiy in I.os Angeles and else w here. Call and see the Inst assortment of < 'iii , riiiK*' ! " i and Jtiiiiuieis ever ollerod in Los Angeles. All Carriages and Buggies manufactured by us, are lilted witli Page's celebrated Patent Adjustable SpvlutT l-*nasyl>nolc» so ws'ii adapted looomfori, sepN Q. D. COMPTON, Real Estate A^ent. ICIEST-CLASS FARMING L \ND«»N THE J line of the Los Angeles and San Pedro R. R. AND THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY ANII IS tSiin Boruardino County, FOR SALE IN TRACTS OF 40 to 1,000 ACRES Price, from SIO to $40 an Acre. OFFICE—NEAR THE RAILROAD STA TION, COMPTON, Call on C. H. BUSH whon you want to buy a Seth Thomas Clock. ANNOUNCEM r NH S. Alnyor. Al I lie rcquesl <>r ninny Inflnential ctMcens, V. BKAl'Din will be n candidate tor Mayor at tlie coming municipal election. ortt K»r Mayor, Al Hie re<|llPxl of many citizens, Hie under signed announces himself a candidate tor Major, al llic net Municl|ial election. T. HA lilt Ml. Lot Angoles, Sep. Fi!h, IM7I. Ifor CHt] M arslinl. ii. r. iiarti.i:i: announces hlmsi Ii Candidate forthe ofllce ofCily .Marshal, al the coining c eclion. OCtS Wot city MaMliavL lIIAMIS HAKKK, ex-Marshal, a nm, line ci himself as ■ i sndlrfate for the office of City Manual at th Ing election. MpSO Wot «'iiy Bd»r»h«l, F.XIL 11A Kins. Detective Officer, desires lo announce himself ns a candidate for our next City Marshal. sep™t Wor t'ity MarnlmL JOHN .1. CARRILLO announces him self aa a Candidate forthe ofllce of Clt) Mar* snal, ai the coming Municipal election. P'ov City Treiiisn rev: 11. FLEISHMAN announce* himself Mi candidate Par City Trkasvmkm al the ensu ing election. sepiti WoT C'ily Tri'iisuver, il lilt MA HM MEiiKtKEV Mr., announ ces himself as a candidate ror the office of City Tukahiuki: at the ensuing Municipal elec tion, sep24 _ Wor City X*et»smrei". i t»ir\ Al i.11,1 s announces himself as a candidate for IheofllCC of f'lty Treasurer at the coming election. sep29 l''oi' C'it.v 'I'fcn-sniM'i' J. L. WARD. seplg lor City AssetSOl 1 , .JOHN X. MORRIS. Oct I* REAL ESTATE BUSINESS. CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT, REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 2 1 SPRING ST., - - LOS ANCELES, [Nearly opposite Postoffice, THIRTY-FIVE ACRES Splendid Land in the ! city i r r^, AT jB6O PER ACRE!!! The Finest Bargain in the Market CHAM BERLIN A BANCROFT, Real Estate llrol.cis. Nearly opposite Postoiliee. ! TTIOR SALE—BO ACRES CHOICE LAND on San Pedro street, opposite the proper ty purchased by Mr. Geo. B. I >avis. Soil equal t,i the oast, and extremely low at Si"> per acre. Apnlv Immediately to CHAMBERLIN A BANCROFT. 17A0R HA 1.E.-A OUOD PAYINIi PlltsT ' Class Confectionery business. (Jood stock ' and complete set of fixtures, a good invest ment lor a business man who has $2,000 or 111 to invest. For further particulars lu qi of CHAM BERLIN A BANCROFT. Sheep Pasturage for Sale or Rent | g r7f\f \ ACRES GOOD PASTURE* i 1 i \. r\ f land, desirably located, for sale I I al a very low figure, or for rent on the most liberal terms. Apply lo CHAMBERLIN .t BANCROFT, Real Estate, Biokers, scp-Jii Opp. Postoltive. A (.oifll FARM—OO ACRES OF LAND, well Improved, Is offered for rent hv CHAMBERLIN A BANCROFT, seplSlf 21 Spring HreeL WANTED !! CXOOD BUSINESS MEN OF CAPITAL to / apply at our oilice and enquire concern ing go.d business opportunities and invest, ments. CHAMBERLIN A BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers, opposite Postoiliee. • sepldtf wA> r r ia i> : l V PRACTICAL LAUNDRYMAN with a capital of sLOuti, to purchase a half In terest in the best paying Laundry business In the city. Anolv Immediately to CHAMBERLIN & BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers, opposite Postoiliee. TO RENT. 0,000 .VOl* EN GOOD GRAZING LAND — NEAR - X MA IS F El* IN AINI> O. Plenty of water tor stock. RENT PER YEAR, - - - 8300. AlipU to CHAMBERLIN A BANCROFT, Real Estate Brokers, Nearly opposite Postoffice, sup.'W MISCELLANEOUS. 'V il X 1> E O Tv E3 1* , Tho King of Pianos, STANDS UNRIVALED, KOHLERi CHASE & CO., WHOLESALE ACENTS, (... : Clay street. Nan I ram i.™. J. D. PATRICK, \o. 60 T|»riua street, AGENT for I.os Angeles, the Southern Me* tropolls ofthe Slate of California. sepO-lm Bring; in your Watches &. Clocks, that ail others have failed to make run. C. H. BUSH. BOARDING HOUSE. T HAVE FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODA -1 lions for hoard and lodging, wilh N*6Wly I'^iiriiisiln'cl Rooms, and tallies supplied with tlie best the market affords. Terms:—BS BO per week. L. F. RUCKEL, ALIBI > BTREET, near Allso Store seplSlf . For a line article of Spectacles and Nose Glasses. C. H. BUSH can suit you. Instructions in French. Prof. LOUIS ADAMS Will instruct classes or private pupils. He l>as been exclusively engaged in teaculng the French language for the past llfteeu years, and has tbe highest testimonials from East ern Institutions with which In- has been con nected. Address to care ot P. Philip, Esqr., Downey Block. sep^i-lm Ilrinjg on Your .1 ewelry .lob- Linn Unit other m nny cannot be (loiic in Los A-nnelea. <\ JPf. HPSH. LOS TANNERY, VUILLEUMIER & MACHEFAU. Tanners and Wool Pullers- Buy Hides nnd Skins of erery description, sep;tu-lm ■ NEW IMPORTATION! DIRECT FROM THE EAST! E. LAVENTHAL, Hellman's Block, Cor. Commercial and Los Angeles sts. I las just received, direct, ah immense and well selected stock of goods for the Fall and Winter trade, consisting of fine Black and Figured Alpacas, Poplins, Diagonals, Wrapper goods, Mohair goods. Shawls ofthe latest patterns, Eastern and California Flan nels. Also a good selection of IJlu A C X HI LKS. An endless variety of Embroideries and Laces, Ladies Neckwear, 500 Pieces different Brands of Cottons. Also a very large stock oi Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Valise*, Boys and Youths' Suits. 200 Colman Bros. Fine Dress Suits. Prices to suit everybody. Don't forget the corner, Hellman's Block. I l)i:i'V COMPETITION. OCtftf H. NEWMARK & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS A N I ) Hardware Merchants, 7, f>, *V 11. 1 jo* A iis»-«*1om Hit. Till". ATTENTION of the trade is called to our large and complete stock ol Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Shelf' AND II EJL V V II AR 1) WJLI* X, Iron, Steel, Farming Implements, Wagon Material L>a iuls mi id Oi Is, Which we offer at greatly reduced rates. Special attention given to Mining Supplies. H NEWSY.ARK &CO Los Angeles, Cal. Imme^^^^rifice! jzir . £3 _a_ nsr _tv ~y s> MAMMOTH BOOT & SHOE STORE Corner Commercial and Los Angeles Sts. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE FOB SO I>A_YJS4 OIYT^, 500 Prs. Men's Tap soled Call Hoots, ist quality, So 00, for merly $7 50. 500 Prs. Men's Single s<iled Call Boots, ist quality, $5 S°> for merly $7. 500 Prs. Men's Call Hoots, >d qualit) 1 San Francisco make] $4 50, formerly $6. 500 Prs. Boys' Calf Hoots, ist qual., sj, formerly $5 50. 500 Prs. Boys' Kip Boots, $2 50, formerly $3 50. 500 Prs. Ladies' Balmorals, Si 25, formerly $,2. 500 Prs. Ladies' Balmorals, ist qual., $3 50, formerly $5. 500 Prs. Ladies' Buttoned, S3 25, formerly >4 50. 500 Prs. Ladies' Buttoned, ist qual., S4 51), formerly $$ sis Misses' and Children's Shoes equally as Cheap. 19* Anyone who read* thesis, prices can sec thai I sell my splendid ana Well-assorted Blook ot Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Wear cheaper than any house in the city. 1 must clear out my present Stock at once to make room for the extensive Winter Assortment now arriving. auglstf WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL (FORMERLY 0. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE IT. S. HOTEL, DEALEKS ITS Oil:-;. V »i*iiis-ili<»»«„ Ul'ltSSllO.**. Jlsl*l <J«lflSS«. Looking-glass Plates, Walnut, Rosewood and Cilt Mouldings of all Styles and Sizes. PICTURES FRAMED AT SHORTEST NOTICE & AT LOWEST RATES .VC.IOIVrW KOI! THE California Chemical Paint Company. LIUEIIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFEHEU TO 111 v 5 3m Jo PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. HOTEL, >ln in Slreel, Los vViiyr«'le». A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor. a' 11 1C HI. B X P I N « Al' V It TMKN T X Are large anil well ventilated, mid in Ihe best possible condition. THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET. No expense wIM be spared to make the Hotel eiinal to any on the Coast. aU6-tf—6