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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. SATURDAY OCT. 10, 1874. A San Fran, lsjco contractor has btafi three years getting ready to build a sewer on Mason street. He gets ex tensions of time to commence the sewer; our people remonstrate against having a sewer built. . A NKWBPAPKK Which has challenged, hy fidelity to its mission as a public Journal, the liberal support of the people, need not go br nor to any lllegltlmlte source (o show Hie exact location of the spinal column which euables It to stand erect financially. —J?j prrtt un Itnrlj. Wonder if this has any reference to the price for advocating a candidate. Tmk Sacramento woolen mill was burned down a few weeks ago, and already the company are preparing to rebuild. The only two flouring mills in Los Angeles were lately destroyed by fire, but we hear of no steps in the direction of rebuilding them. The Water Company's campaign promises to construct a reservoir in Kort Hill,reminds us of an individual, some account of whom may be found in an old volume not much read now adays, who was prolific of promises and tardy of performance. "The Devil \va9 sick and the Devil a saint would be; the Devil got well and the devil a saint was he." Ol'K little evening cotemporary had not a word to say last night in justifi cation of Its spiteful and unwarranted attack on the members ofthe German- American Club, and we venture the prediction that before it is many days older it will retract what it said and try the strength of its "financial back bone" with an effort to turn itself in side out and get away from its mis statements as a crawfish gets into his hole—backwards. Mk. FBAjnc Pyle, who is superin tending .the construction of Mr. Geo. B. Davis' Alden Fruit Drying Fac tory, informs us that the work is now so far advanced that he can with cer tainty state that the evaporators will be set in operation on Monday next. The first work of the factory will be the manufacture of raisins, the Mis sion grape being used. Mr. Davis has secured a large quantity of im ported grapes which he will convert Into the finer grade of raisins in a few weeks, but the first products of the factory will be raisins from the Mis sion grapes. The well on the Kimball oil claim near San Fernando is down 160 feet, and emits a volume of gas which is so strong that when touched with a lighted match it sends up a jet of flame twenty feet above the surface of the ground. Experts who have ex amined this well within the last few days seem confident that an additional depth of 40 or 50 feet will strike a •teady flow of oil. The Temple well is promising finely and the owners of the claim are very sanguine that they will no* sink much deeper before strikiug an abundance of oil. If the hopes of these companies are realized, there will be a second Oil creek excite ment up about San Fernando. The Sacramento Rescue is a tem perance organ, hut it is a little intem perate iv its remarks when it says of Justices Niles, Wallace aud Mc- Kinstby: "Until some just judgment of God shall remove one or more of them to the scene of their reward, the Local Option law is by their act a nul lity." It uses equally intemperate language when it says of the liquor dealers: "We denounce them as blood-thirsty villains, cowardly scoun drels, pirates, thieves, and worst of criminals that ever disgraced the form of man—this don't mean the low dog gery-keeper, but every man and beast engaged in the business—particularly the wholesale gentlemen." Laws Defied. It is a common remark that Califor nia towns aud cities have grown up so rapidly that their builders could not devote that time aud attention to sewerage and other sanitary measures which a proper regard for the cleanli ness of the city and the health of its people demand. This is true in the majority of cases, but Los Angeles does not come in that catalogue. Her dirty nose and soiled exterior cannot be excused on the plea of the care lessness and indifference of adoles cence. Los Angeles is one of the old est, as she is one of the dirtiest, cities in the State of California. But for the purifying sea-breeze which daily sweeps the foul vapors which rise from the thousand cess-pools and plague-spots,out of the city, we should breed epidemics that would depopu late our streets and fill our grave yards. We are proud of our climate, and boast of the healthy character of our city, but whatever of truth there Is in the boast is the work of nature and the result of the natural advan tages possessed by the town. We are doing next to nothing ourselves in the way of cleansing our city. The sew erage of Angeles is defective—so defective that it rather prevents than aids in carrying off the sewage; and so long as the law is not enforced, so long will this be the worst-drained aud filthiest town in the State. There is probably no other city in the world with a government which half-a-dozen of her citizens as often defy and tram ple upon as they find its laws and or dinances conflicting with or preveut ing their schemes for private gain. It is the duty of the Council to force the payment of every dollar ol the assess ment levied forthe construction of the Main stieet sewer, as well as of every other assessment legally levied If resolutions are not worth notice, ami their conditions cannot he enforced, their passage is useless and the time consumed in their preparation wasted. We hope the Council will enforce every legal assessment for the city's improvement,without regard to friend or foe. If it does not do so, it is un worthy the name of Council, and its members should resign at once. Our Mines. Tbe opinion expressed by the Hkh ai.u some months ago that the min eral discoveries in Holeomb Valley would prove the loadstone that would draw the vanguard of the army of miners who would at no distant day develop a mining district which for extent and rich net* will astonish even the old California or Nevada miners, is likely to prove correct in a very short time. Already many new ledges have been discovered which trial assays show to lie wonderfully rich. Almost daily persons from Hol eomb Valley and arrive hi this city witli specimens of both gold aud silver beity? rock that are so rich as to almost create a doubt of their genuineness. Experienced miners believe that in the Spring many hun dreds of prospectors will seek the re gion round about Panamint and Hol eomb Valley, and that their prospect ing will furnish employment for thou sands of men and develop a mineral wealth so great that we can now scarce ly conceive its immensity. A mill will soon be crushing the rock of the Holeomb Valley Cold Mountain. Other mills will be taken into the same locality and thus furnishing means for prospecting amd developing new ledges as fast as discovered. Grand Jury Empaneled Conference of Latter Day Saints. Salt LAKE City, October Bth. Ihe empanelment of the Grand Jury for this district was completed to-day. It stands seventeen gentiles and six who, though professors of the Mormon religion, declare themselves willing to find indictments against polygamists. One juror, sworn in yesterday, was charged to-day with being the hus band of five wives and tlie lather of 31 children. The forty-fourth semi-annual Con ference of* Latter Day Saints com menced here to-day, attended by Brigham Young and all of the princi pal counsellors. President Smith said in his opening address, the subject for contemplation will be general refor mation aud the Order of Enoch. Also that two or three hundred men are called upon to go to Saint George and hurry up the building of the Temple at that place during the coining Win ter Siskiyou County Fair. Vkeka, October 7th. The ninth annual Fair of the Siskiyou county Agricultural Society commenced to day. The exhibition of stock is limit ed, but rare. It is said, however, this department does and will surpass all previous fairs in point of excellence. Stock is arriving hourly, and before to-morrow night many additions will be made, and without doubt there will be the finest display of blooded stock ever witnessed in this county. The Society have spared no expense in im proving their grounds, and have en deavored to please and accommodate all. The track is iv splendid condi tion, and it is expected good time will be made by the colts entered forthe Society purse of $230. In the pavilion the entries are yet very small, but ad ditions are being made hourly, and before to-morrow night there will be a fine display. There are many arti cles of merit. Oregon Items. The Oregon Granger has subsided. Among the novelties at tlie Linn County Fair is a span of trotting elks. Jacob Kamin is building a ware house and a wharf 150 feet long at As toria. The Young Men's Christian Associ ation at Portland has been re-organ- Ized. The three ships chartered by the Oregon fl rangers are now lying at Portland. A dry-dock for the Oregon Steam Navigation Company is being estab lished near Astoria. The quartz and placer mines about Baker City are being worked up to the full capacity of the falling water. The Alden Fruit Preserving Com pany, of Albany, Oregon, has been in corporated. The capital stock is placed at $12,000, which is divided into two hundred and forty shares at $50 each. The Corvallis Gazette says: Joe Henkle, who acted as chief engineer of John Record's thresher, cleaned up in the season's run of thirty-six days, 12,439 bushels of wheat, and 1,054 bushels of oats. The largest day's work was 1,000 bushels of wheat. Pacific Coast Items. Four ships are loading at South Yal lejo. Napa's wine crop for IST4 is es timated at 750,000 gallons The Yallejo tax levy is $2 20 on the $100, against $1 WO last year, Samuel Brannau intends to estab lish a custom quartz mill near Cal istoga. C. D. Darling has sold his line between Downieville and Sierra City to Howard & Mead. The celebrated Merrilield ranch, of 2,000 acres, in Colusa county,has been purchased by Harris & Chase, of Yac aville. The parties selling the ranch Eurchased it two years ago for $24,000, aye raised about $40,000 worth of wheat upon it since then, and linally sold it for $50,000. The Naval Court Martial, now iv session on board the Independence,for the trial of certain offenders, has con cluded the investigation of Delahan ty's case, but the result is not known. The Court will next proceed to in vestigate the cases of two parties, charged with insubordination on board the Tuscarora. Latest Telegrams. EASTERN. NUlt Atcnllint Itlcliar.l IV li rtlii. Tin- Pacific Mail Steamship Com* pany hM began suit against Richard B. Irwin, late Sau Francisco agent for the eomjmny at Washington, during its former administration, to recover $750,000 which In- is alleged to have appropriated. \inl> JoIIUHUII It.'lllK- hi* Political »f lew. Nash villi:, October 7th. Ex-Pres ident Johnson in a speech at Shelb\ - vllle, yesterday, devoted considerable time in replying to an editorial in the Nashville Union ami Ann riant, desig nating him as a Republican. While arguing that the old party lines had of late yean been nearly wiped out, so that It wm difficult to tell with what party tv claM a man, he repudiates the charge that he was ever a Repub lican in a partisan sense, or that he had ever been anthing politically hut a Democrat of the Jefferson and Jack son school, He cited his letter accept ing the nomination for Vice-President on the ticket with Lincoln, iv which he said he was a Democrat coming up to to the support of the Union, flam ht'arollna Oulrace* MAnnfacltir-il (mi or Whole cloth, Columbia, s. c\, October 7th.—The Committee of State Tax Union Con vention, held last month, have just re ported that they havo failed to ascer tain a single case in the State of an in jury, outrage or wrong, committed during the present year by a white man upon a negro, in the slightest degree attributed to race, color or the previous condition of servitude of the negro, or upon any Republican on ac count of his political opinions. miscellaneous. NEW York, October 7th.—Rev. Dr. T. MeEddy, one ofthe most prominent ministers of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States, died at his residence in this city this morn ing. Ex-Governor Hoffman and family arrived in this city from Europe this morning. Ex-Alderman Cowan, who fled from the city some time since, made his appearance this morning,and gave bail to stand a trial. The remains of Mark Smith arrived to-day, and were taken to the rooms of the Lotus Club. At'Gl STAjGa.,October 17th.- James Gardner, for many years editor and proprietor of the Constitutionnlistfdled at his residence near this city, this morning, aged i; 2 years. New Orleans Matter*. Omaha, Nebraska, October Bth. -(Jeneral Jefferson C. Davis, com manding tlie Twenty-third Infantry, has arrived from the* West. The Thir teenth Infanty has been ordered to re port at New Orleans. The New Orleans contention as to whom the late Conservative Conven tion nominated for Mayor of New Or leans, was settled to-day by the with drawal of Mayor Wiltz, who pledges his support to J. C. Leeds. South Carolina Conservatives. COLUMBIA, S. C, October Sth.— The Conservative State Convention to-day passed resolutions accepting as candi dates for Governor and Lieutenant- Governor those nominated by the Lib eral Republicans, and adopted the I platform of honesty and economy in I the State administration. The In i dependents are gaining ground every where, and will, beyond doubt, elect their Governor ami Lieutenant-Gov ernor. Louisiana Ke|»ublifitu«i. New Orleans, October Bth. A Committee of Republican colored men have issued an address to the peo ple in Louisiana foreshadowing their political action. They say they cher ish no animosities towards anybody, and are laboring for a union of races, in which their rights will be mutual ly respected. They say they are Re publicans by instinct and conviction, but deprecate and disown election frauds. That though much encour aged by the National Administration, they cannot ignore tho fact that the Republican party has been manipu lated and controlled by white meu to tlie exclusion of colored men in a large degree. (tumor- of More Trouble lv ><■« Or* leans. Chicago, October 7th.-—Tbe Eve ning Post's Washington correspond ent telegraphs to-day that private ad vices received by prominent ollicials here from New Orleans show that the insurgents do not intend to adhere to their recent compromise. A member of the Cabinet stated to your corres pondent to-day that he expected fur ther trouble with the New Orleans in surgents before many days. lt< publican DiNcord lv Virginia. Richmond, Va., October 7th.—The Republicans of the Third Congres sional District held two Conventions, each having a full delegation and each claiming to be tho legal representa tive of the Republican party. From present indications, both candidates will enter into the canvass. There is a possibility, however, that each may withdraw in favor of a new candi date. I in- Poor Noutti. Nkw Yokk, October Bth. — The Times 1 special correspondent at New Orleans sends the following dated the 7th: Francis Morey, Congressman from the Fifth District, this evening sent a communication to S. Packard, Chairman of the Republican State Central Committee,in which he states that intimidation, organized and thor ough, prevails in the Parish of Union to such an extent that not more than three hundred colored voters will reg ister. He states further that a simi lar state of affairs exist in Clayborne, Jackson, Lincoln and Franklin Par ishes. When Geo. Sheridan was iv Wash ington attending the Sherman wed ding, in an interview with Attorney General Williams, he told that otlicial that to withdraw any of the troops under his command would tend to cripple him in his aggressive move ment against the Indians. It was then agreed he should not be called upon for any military in his department. To-day an order was issued which in dicates that there is some strong im pelling motive at work that has suc ceeded in breaking that agreement. Washington, October Bth. —In compliance witli the request of Secre tary Belknap, made yesterday on General Sheridan, to detach a regi ment of troops from his department for duty in the South, Sheridan is sued orders directing the Thirteenth Infantry, Col. P. It. DeTobriaud, to report for duty in that department. The Secretary of War this morning received a telegram announcing that six companies of that regiment, under Lieutenant Colonel Morraw, had started for the South, and that other companies would follow as soon as they can be collected. FOREIGN. Kio Jmirlro Trouble*. Rio J v kiko, October st h. -Buenos , Ay res advices state that Government : troops are fortifying all strategical ; points. Tho Insurgents are ussetubled under t'arrellas and Gen. Mitre at Colonia, iv Fragility, opposite BuefKM Avres, Jt is asserted that Gen. Mitre will take the chief command. The insurgent* have captured the island of San Martin Garcia. 4'ount tnu Ariilui unit Nun. ; Berlin, October Bth.—Count Van Arnim had an interview with his son and a government official yesterday. 1 n the course of the conversation the Count protested against the insinua tion that he had published or intended to publish any of the documents re- I tamed by him. He asserted that i there were no state secrets contained •in the papers. Me also said he notic ed in the Spring that there was a defi ciency ill the documents belonging to the Archives of the Paris Embassy. Dr. Heillcr and E, W. Haines, of San Francisco, arc now in Stockton for the purpose of ascertaining wheth er that is not a favorable location for a heel-sugar factory. BORN. M KYftH.- i Mi Wednesday, (l.toliei 7i li, !.i I lie win- of Stun ue I Meyer, h son. NEW TO-DAY. He who Steals my Purse Steals Trash, 'Tissomething, nothing; 'iwas mine,'tis his, and has been slave lo thousands; but lie w ho says that I do not sell the best Cigars, Tobac cos and Smokers' Articles in tins cltv, would do well io call at once and be convinced that he made a mistake, as my goods cannot be beat. I. GOLDSMITH, Main St., next lo W. F. & Co.'s Express. Tbe latest Illustrated Papers always on hand. Taken Up-Estrays. rnwo horses with harness on, A. taken up nt Harper's ranch, near Ihe Fair Grounds. Ovnercan have them by pay ing advertising and other expenses. oelU lilt Li isT. —BETWEEN LKCK'S HALL AND Lazard's store, last evening, a ladles' sleeve button. Finder will please leave It al Hkkai.u Othce. TURN-VEREIN HALL. i MARSHALL'S Royal Tycoon JAPANESE ACROBATS Will perform at the above Hall, lor four Sunday, Monday. Tuesday. Wednes day, October 11th. 12th. 13th & 14th. ADMISSION, (Reserved seats,). m oo Gallery, so Doors open at 7 o'clock, Ft M., periormunce to commence at K. Reserved seats can be pro* cured at Brodrlck'B Hook store without extra charge. oety Dissolution of Partnership. rpiiF. FIRM OF WILLIAMS A ROGERS has A tliis day dissolved partnership, by Wil liams purchasing the Interest of Rogers; Wil liams assuming all obligations ofthe lute co partnership. JOSEPH 1.. WILLIAMS. WALTER E. ROGERS. In retiring from the nbove named firm, 1 cordially recommend to my friends and pa trons, my successor, hoping they will be as liberal lo him as they were to me, WALTER E. ROGERS. Los Angeles,Oct-8,1874. Iw BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. 13 ART INTEREST IN A GnuD PAYING . Oilice Ruslni s, on Mum street. Cash re quired, s. .00. ONE OF THE BEST BAR AND BILLIARD Saloons iv tlie City. Very easy term :. AVERY FINK, AND THE BEST Lo cated Wine, Beer and Oyster Saloon iv this City, elaborately fitted 'up, with large slock. Low rent and doing a splendid busi ness. Will be sold at a great bargain. Owner retiring from business. Apply to DEWEY, KIM ham: a t 0.. I. s. Hotel Building, cor. Los Angeles St. octU-lw WANTS-LOST-FOUND. WASTED— A FIRST-CLASS CANVASS er, lor something new. Must be con versant with the English and Spanish lan guages. Apply at this office. octG-3t" WANTED,— A SITUATION to take care of children ami assist in sewing, in a family. Have a sewing machine. References given and required. Address f). 1,. B. ocU-Bt* p, o. Box T.. WANTED. A THOROUGH GOOD BOOK keeper having daily a few hours at his disposal, would like lo keep a se, of Books. Oct 3-1 w Address W. I)., this ottice. WANTED —A Dr. Hhorb's office, opposite tlie Post Ofllce. sep-.'ll-lm For Hule. IjuNY phaeton] HORSE AND HAR neas, Apply to octi-iw NOYHs a DURFEE. SIXTEEN ACRES OF LAND MAIN AND WASHINGTON STS, Ten Acres in Vineyard and Orchard. One Thousand FVireitfti A'ines Which produced S'Jon worth of grapes this year. The Other Vines are li veins old, und produced lOU.OOi) pounds of grapes. Orange orchard just coming into bearing. PRICK, - - - tfO.OOO, Address " M." Posioftice Box »3. sepSOtJ If You want a Howard Watch, consult C. H. BUSH before pur chasing. NOTICE. fTIHE STOCKHOLDERS of Ihe Southern JL California Sanitary Hotel and Industrial College Association. Will meet at Ihe othce of the Secretary, on the loth of October, ut lv o'clock A. fts, GEORGE 0. gibbs. Oct. ft, istl Secretary. -101 * The Best Engraving Done in Los Angeles is executed by W. B. TUL LIS. Call and see specimens at BUSH'S Jewelry Store. KOIi KALE. A FINE YOUNG THOROCGHBBED .J\ Horse, Top Buggy and Harness. Will be sold together or separate, at v low figure as the owner has no use for them. Apply at • FRENCH CHARLEY'S" OCt*-8t Slables, Los Augeles street. SOLID COLD JEW£LRY OF~T HE LATEST STYLE IS ON SALE AT C. H. BUSH'S. Special Notice. CI ARS WILL LEAVE depot, MRU further J notice, at . I < P. M., to connect with steam ers Orizaba and Ventura, loi Sun Francisco. Other days, usual time. E, V- HEWITT. ocl'Jtf Superintendent. Call on C. H. BUSH when you want to buy a Seth Thomas Clock CITY OF PARIS!! GRAND OPENING FALL SEASON, Monday, October 12, '74. Eugene Meyer & Co., 51&53 Main Street Win open Their NEW AND ELEGANT STOCK 0K Fall and Winter Goods! NEW STYLES OF DRESS GOODS: Cashmere de Bagdad, Serges, Diagonals, Vigognes, Camel-Hair Cloths, Gri'lemilleM. l-*oi*ol»«»«.**i 1 Black and Colored Silks In all Qualities and Shades. PARTICULAR ATTENTION is called to this line of goods, being our direct Importa tion from tlie celebrated manufactories of Lyon (France), and which will be sold ut Im porter's Prices. Plain Black Goods: CRETONNE, CASHEMERL 1 , LONDON CLOTH, FAMISE CLOTH, EMPRESS CLOTH, BOMBAZINE, FOULARDS, A LPACAB. ALSO. - A complete stock of tbe luiest ilylei ot Laoee ami Teimiuiu^s, T« match our DRESS GOOD 3. FRENCH BBOCHE, SCOICH SHAWLS, in great variety. Baby Linen and Ladies' Underwear, Ladies' and Children's Hoisery, White Goods, Linen Damask, Damask Napkins, Towels, —AND OTHEB — Housekeeping Goods ! HANDKERCHIEFS, LINEN SETTS, CUFFS, COLLARS, PARASOLS, FANCY ARTICLES AND RUFFLINCS, In all the Different Styles ! GENTS' AND BOYS' o i„o r r JJ. I TVG ! lv great variety of tbe latest »t\ 1,-*. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Comprising a full line of tbe celebrated ATKINSON WHITE SHIRTS California Made Underwear, COTTON and WOOLEN HOISERY, Etc., etc., etc. Ooniplote ANWorttueut —OF— California and Eastern Made BOOTS & SHOES! We invite the people io examine our new goods, our itock Is complete In ever) branch, nu\ Ing extraordlnar) facilities in the purchase of our goods, most of which we receive direct from Ihe manufacturers. We are enabled to sell them at lower prices than other house, here. We shall continue the ONE PRICE S t'HTEM. CITY OF PARIS! EUGENE MEYER & Co., (Succ.'ssois toS. LAZARD &. Vo.) KtlO THE IDENTICAL. fl ie Identical place in the angelic i ity Have yon found it, friend? if not, tis a pity H»\cr\ one praises it in prose and in ditty. Identical as being both neat and complete, Qefying all others in prices to compete, gvery one knows that its stock can't be beat. |\|othing like leading all others in trade *J"oba<vos, Cigars, Snuffs, Soaps ami Pomade, |n every variety and in every grade. Qollars, Cuffs, Shirts, Ties, ("doves, et cetera, wholesale and retail, low prices, yon bet, eh! L<>ok! Cohen & Davis don't ever get fretty. 38 IMIJLIZST S T IR, EET. Don't mistake place. PROSPER PHILIP, w. A. MATTHEWS Late <>i tin- 1.. A. A s. P. Railroad.] PHILIP & MATTHEWS REAL ESTATE BROKERS, — AND — GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Houses Rented, Hills Collected. Buy every kind of Country Produce. Money Loaned. Agency of the Trans-Atlantic Fire Insurance Co., of Hamburg, - - Capital $750,000. OFFICE at the Telegraph office, Main street, No. 36. Business hours, from 9 a. m. to 5 r. \i. octitf GOING ! GOING!! GONE!!! IS TO T Jr£ E IS YES, YES it PEOPLES PALACE!!! it IS! IS! Well then, it a dollar is worth savin-.', call at the PEOPLE'S PALACE and examine our prices. n j 1T WILL |W| M WILL PAY ' c c' ' PAY YOU! H H VOL 1 T T YES! j V V YES! IT A S " S A IT WILL V V WILL E F PAY ~ PAY YOU! I I YOU! ■T X 1 By the money you save in buying goods cheaper at the PEO PLE'S PALACE than elsewhere. WE ADVERTISE NO PRICES, h WE ADVERTISE NO PRICES. l! <*> WE ADVERTISE NO PRICES. j*j 2 But mark all our goods on show, and visitors and intending purchasers can see at a glance, 2? ■c; that they can get most value for their money at ™ * jj this establishment. § THE PEOPLE S PALACE r - Sells Gents' and Boys' Clothing, Gents' ~~ Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes. CO " Hats, and bane)- Goods. . "TJ -1 li Selling ibr Oasli. r rf I; Selling for Cash. £ P \ Selling; for Oasli, n UJ fe rv j O > Tv V , £ ■g Enables us to sell cheajjer than others, for — 2 WE MAKE NO BAD DEBTS. f q. WE MAKE NO BAD DEBTS. - Uj WE MAKE NO BAD DEBTS. 2 jE THE PEOPLE'S PALACE h NO. 40 MAIN STREET. FOX HALE, -BY — R. D. PITT, RBAL BBTATB AGENT, Sit. 20 Downey Block. A N ELECANT AND COMMODIOUS Dwcliii.g House wllh eight acres ol land planted In thrifty Orange tices that will bear fruit In two yearn. Water plenty nnd neigh borhood pleasant. Apply to R. I». PITT, Heal Kstate Agent, sepaitf Room 20 Downey block. A FARM OK FORTY ACRES OP JM proved farming land, House of six rooms, barn, norn bouse and stable. TWO apod walla on the place, Six aereti In alfalfa. The whole properly enclosed by a willow hedge, .situated near a railroail station. Apply lo it. I>. PITT, Heal Kstale Agent, ►ep'.'6-ti' [toola an Downey Block. IMPROVED R am' H 0 P 1 W EN T V acres, with corn crop fenced j also,house ol two rooms and orchard of apples und peaches. Plenly of water. Two lea ses, plow and other luriuliiK utensils. Apply lo H. 1», PIT .'I Heal Estate Agent, leu&j v Hoom 30 Downey Block. ACRE FIELD, HALF ENCLOLED J by plauteil willows. Good burlet laud. Plenty of water, Apply to H. U PITT, Heal Kstate Agent. sep2o-ii' Hoom ao Downey lilock. C4UCA MONOO HOMESTK ADSFOHHAI.K. J Full description tv be hud from K. D. PITT, Heal Estate Agent, seu2etf Room 'JO Duwuey Bleak TO RENT. - BY — ~R>. JD. PITT, RE AL IUHTATIC AGENT, Kooiu 'JO Downey Block. rpo RENT—A SPLENDID NEW HOUSE JL just finished, with every modern Impreve inent, containing 20 rooms, und situated uu Main slreet, opposite tlie Pico House. Apply lo It. I). piTT, Heal Estute Agent •epgStl Room a» Downey Block. mo RENT TWO LARGE BRICK STORES A. with go* and waler fixtures; on Allso sue t, Apply lo H. D, pn»l', Real Kstate Agent ■epwtl Room ao Downey Block. \VANTKD. /COTTAGES, TWO-BTORY HOUsKs AND V ' lai ins, io tell, R. D. PITT, Heal Kstate Agent ao Downej Block, sepllittf W ANTKD. AND STORES, To RENT, It. D. PITT, Heal Kstutc Agent. 30 Downey lilock. sepltf:t| ELCIN WATCHES ARE SOLO CHEAPER BY C. H. BUSH THAN ANY OTHtR HUM IN THE CITY.